Friend, do you feel like you struggle to set strong, workable boundaries? If so, you are absolutely in the right place! My friend Sasha Shillcutt joins me today to discuss her upcoming book about overcoming burnout, learning to set work-life boundaries, and taking back control of our time.
Boundaries are essential in today’s world. And I think the more we talk about them, the easier it is to implement them successfully in our own lives. Don’t miss this conversation as Sasha helps us learn that boundaries are kind, not restrictive, and being a person with boundaries is the most empowering and peaceful way to live.
Dr. Sasha Shillcutt is a physician, researcher, speaker, author, wife, mom of four amazing kids, and Founder/CEO of Brave Enough. Sasha’s greatest passion is empowering and encouraging others to achieve well-being in their professional and personal lives. Thousands of people viewed her TEDx talk, Resilience: The Art of Failing Forward. She also leads conferences and retreats for professional women, and her second book, Brave Boundaries, releases in the Fall of 2022.
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A boundary allows you to live your life that reflects your priorities.
The only thing that is going to allow you to fulfill that life where you put your energy and time where you want is boundaries.
If you don’t have boundaries in your life, someone else will.
When we set boundaries for ourselves, we are honoring the person we want to be. It is like preventive medicine.
Boundaries don’t just keep the bad out, they keep the good in. Without boundaries our biggest strengths can become our biggest time and energy sucks and wastes.
We have to be women who are approachable. It doesn’t mean we have to be women who are always accessible.
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