There's Freedom in Limitations.
At first glance setting a boundary can sound restrictive and final. But what if I told you that in limiting yourself you can also be liberating yourself. When you set a boundary, you’re not solely closing yourself off, but instead you’re opening yourself up to accept what’s best for you. Every time you say no, you are saying yes to something else.
Boundaries demonstrate your value and give you the freedom to change your life.
Today’s guest Lisa Danforth, Business Strategist and Leadership Vision Coach.
Lisa’s mission is to help people stop overcommitting themselves and instead focus on their goals, priorities, and relationships. She is dedicated to helping people confidently and consistently work towards tomorrow while staying present and connected to what and who matters today.
Over the course of the past 28-years, Lisa has founded and operated two catering companies: The Wooden Spoon & Hot Betty BBQ, a professional cleaning company, an international wholesale children’s wear company which she sold for over 35x her initial opening investment.
Today We discuss:
- Core Values: Lisa challenges us all define our top 3 core values, and trust me, it’s harder than you might think. We share our selections and unpack the importance of this activity.
- Setting Boundaries: Your boundaries will teach people how to treat you. Lisa talks the importance of defining your boundaries and honouring yourself through enforcing them.
- Finding Your Path: Lisa shares her story of becoming a coach. We discuss finding your calling and actively pursuing what brings you joy.
I can’t wait for you to listen in and to learn to become free by setting boundaries as Lisa Danforth shows us her way.
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