There is a direct connection between self-advocacy, setting boundaries, and using discernment. All three when implemented allow us to say YES! to prioritizing ourselves. When we become our own advocate we are able to set clear boundaries, and use better judgement to determine what path, people, relationships, and career will lead to fulfillment as we live with passion and purpose.
When we believe that our thoughts, feelings, and opinions matter we are more likely to express ourselves with clarity and conviction. When we do this, we inevitably set boundaries and use discernment, which creates time and space for what truly matters to each of us.
Outdated societal beliefs don’t empower women (in particular) to speak up, set boundaries and use discernment to prioritize their wants, needs, and desires. While things have changed there are deep seated societal, familial, and cultural beliefs that keep us playing outdated roles.
The power to change this behavior and create your own narrative lies within each of us! You can make a different choice and decide to prioritize yourself by learning how to become your own advocate, set clear boundaries, and use discernment.
If you are ready to change outdated ways of behaving that are no longer serving you and learn how to become your own advocate, create clear boundaries, and use discernment- I have an offer that will help you to do just this. If you are interested in learning more, let’s connect!