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You are not responsible for other people’s feelings.

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Once we’ve let go of taking responsibility for others’ feelings, it frees us up to focus on them and really give them what we can in the moment.

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When we’re trying to be nice, please others, and be a “good person” who everyone likes, we end up becoming way more self- absorbed.

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You are TOO Nice.
  • Do you walk an extra mile for people ALL the time?
  • Do you blame yourself in difficult situations ?
  • Do you end up feeling frustrated in uncomfortable situations ?
  • Do you always ask yourself what did I do wrong ?
  • Do you end up feeling overwhelmed ?

If you answered a yes to most of the questions, chances are you are being 'too nice'.

Is that a problem, you ask ? Let's break it down for you.

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Asking questions does not make you look like an idiot

On the contrary, questions are shortcuts. All top performers use ignorance as a tool. The goal is to get shit done, not to look good in the moment.

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The public square is a place for healing

Too often our personal dramas are shrouded in secrecy, shame, and guilt. There are powerful healing forces that take place in public spaces, especially in artistic backgrounds.

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