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Six Boundaries Women Leaders Leverage


Want to influence the way people treat you? Start becoming more aware of your boundaries............Having poor personal boundaries often leads to unhealthy relationships. 

 Boundaries are important because they set the basic guidelines of how you want to be treated. Setting boundaries can ensure that relationships can be mutually respectful, appropriate, and caring.

During this live recording of the Better U Leadership Podcast, your host, Angela M. Odom will share SIX BOUNDARIES WOMEN LEADERS LEVERAGE


What's Your B.A.S.E?





Let's start with the six boundaries women leaders leverage

  1. Material boundaries determine whether you give or lend things, such as your money, car, clothes, books, food, or toothbrush.
  2. Physical boundaries pertain to your personal space, privacy, and body. Do you give a handshake or a hug – to whom and when? How do you feel about loud music, nudity, and locked doors? 
  3. Mental...
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Overcommitted? It's Not a Good Look Women Leaders


“Honor your commitments with integrity.”― Les Brown

Establishing boundaries and guarding our time are two critical skills that women leaders honor.  Within The Better U Project community we:

  1. Respond to request on your time, resources, effort, and money with either a “Full Body Yes or a Complete No”
  2. Show up for yourself first, then serve others from the overflow

Over committing happens to the best of us. We are social beings and want to be included in activities, events and conversations. Most people want to be trusted and want to be seen as someone who can be counted on to accomplish a task.

The majority of us are not intentionally seeking to let someone down or to disappoint our work colleagues, direct supports, customers or our bosses. We're invested in the overall outcome. 

However, taking on more responsibilities when your time, energy, or resources are already low or limited is not a good look for women leaders. When you commit to a...

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