Many of us are just robotically moving through life; jumping from one obligation to the next without fully being present in the moment.
Why do we do this?
Will getting it all done make us feel more accomplished? Or has it just always been this way? If so, what’s the use of changing things now?
What would happen if we simply said “NO” to some of the requests we get?
Despite the warning signal your brain is sending you right now, saying “NO” to some things won’t make you a lesser person.
Your brain is just trying to protect you by forcing you to stay on a familiar people pleasing path that you’ve grown accustomed to. It’s sneaky that way.
Is this robotic lifestyle serving you? Can you be smarter than your brain and start saying “NO”?