May 22, 2020
Are you shirking responsibility and what is that costing you?
Do you find more responsibility a burden you don’t have time for?
Do you prefer to stay the deputy in your life and business rather than play the lead role?
Is having too much responsibility, simply too much weight to carry?
Do you hide from responsibility &/or take responsibility for (and do) the things you shouldn’t be?
This week on She Rebel Radio we explore how the word ‘responsibility’ can be triggering for women. We explore why that might be and where you may be taking responsibility for things which are not helpful to you or really within your control.
And importantly we discover the things you ought to be taking responsibility for.
‘Not taking responsibility is like continually preparing for the race but never actually stepping over the start line’ - Lulu Minns
This week on She Rebel Radio :
We explore why the word ‘responsibility’ can be triggering for women and something we avoid.How avoiding it can harm you and the growth you want to make.
The responsibility you need to ditch and things you need to take responsibility for instead.
Discover four questions you can ask yourself to explore your relationship with responsibility and what is holding you back.
Invitation to the Pricing with Integrity webinar : www.luluminns.com/worth
Additional Quote :
“Responsibility is an opportunity to act independently and take decisions without authorisation which as a collective of women isn’t something we’ve automatically had the right to do” - Lulu Minns
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