Welcome to a new episode of The Women’s Leadership Podcast. This week, we continue our discussion of clearing and visioning for 2019.
In Part II of the Cleaning the Slate series, Elizabeth invites you to consider whether there are people in your life who do not serve you, and offers her best coaching on how to let them go.
Connections are so important to our health and well-being. We need to be in relationships with people who meet our emotional needs on a regular basis.
Our need for connection is innate. Our brains require face-to-face contact. We thrive when we are witnessed and see our best selves reflected back by people we love and trust.
Take an end-of-year inventory of your relationships. Purposefully choose those that serve you. Let go of those that are toxic.
For more on creating routines and habits that serve, check out Episode 18 of The Women’s Leadership Podcast: Cleaning The Slate, Part 2: Eliminating Toxic Relationships iTunes | Google Play | Stitcher
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