Give Yourself PermissionNov 13, 2023
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Giving yourself permission is really open-ended. There are a lot of things you can give yourself permission to do or not do. And, perhaps most significantly, you don’t need to earn that right.
Growing up, we are typically taught that we need to earn permissions. Even into adulthood, we’re conditioned in many areas to ask permission from someone else in authority. But what if there are areas in your life where you don’t need permission? What if, in reality, you already have all the authority you need? Let’s talk about that.
“I actually think that giving yourself permission, and prioritizing yourself helps you be a better version of you and actually sets other people free to prioritize themselves, to give themselves permission.” – Dr. Sara Dill
What You’ll Learn
- Permission conditioned
- At no one’s expense
- Doesn’t lead to anarchy
- What if
- Doesn’t have to be serious
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