Let me get straight to the point.
If you don’t set boundaries around your needs then you will feel very very frustrated. Because people will walk all over you, because you haven’t told them not to (even though those people should know). But this is on you, you have to own it and make the decision that you will not tolerate it anymore. Setting boundaries helps to draw the line in the sand to do this.
So here are some quick questions for you to answer
What won’t you tolerate?
What type of person do you work with?
What energy do you want to surround yourself with?
How do you want to make people feel?
Here’s my answers:
.. I won’t tolerate people with all the gear and no game, who don’t know the difference between aspiration and participation.
I choose to work with those that have clarity and congruency and understand that when I give my time I am worthy of being paid well in return for it. I do not and will not tolerate people that are rude and are not open to learning.
My fence and drawbridge to cross my moat will only be open to those that are positive and own their stuff (if you know what I mean ).
My intention is to leave people feeling uplifted and overly motivated after we meet and I expect the same in return.
Don’t get mad, get some boundaries