How do you go about setting boundaries? When and how should you add boundaries in your business)? Co-Hosts Hannah Robinson and Melissa Honan dive into the world of boundaries, share their importance and go over some situations you may find yourself in...
How do you go about setting boundaries? When and how should you add boundaries in your business)? Co-Hosts Hannah Robinson and Melissa Honan dive into the world of boundaries, share their importance and go over some situations you may find yourself in – and how to navigate them.
[0:23] Melissa discusses how she went about things when she got started with her business.
[2:13] Hannah talks about something she struggled with in regards to productivity for networkers.
[2:54] Hannah asks Melinda what was one thing she wasn't willing to compromise.
[3:23] Melissa goes over the first thing she does when trying to work with somebody on time management is having them create their ideal work schedule.
[7:32] For Melissa, setting boundaries is something that should be taken care of right off the bat – and she shares an example of how she deals with that in her business.
[13:38] Hannah and Melissa touch upon the issue of trying to set boundaries after the relationship with a client has already been established – and the potential consequences of that.
[20:19] Hannah shares the fact that a lot of women come to fear being negatively labeled.
[23:34] ‘Just’ is a word that Hannah was invited to omit.
[27:06]: Hannah points out that you can’t control other people’s reactions. Sometimes, you’ll say things as nicely as possible, and if they react horribly, then it’s ok. You have to prepare yourself and hold onto your power for people who are going to break your boundaries.
[32:04] Melissa talks about the reason why women should stop saying ‘I’m sorry’ in a professional context.
[33:15] Melissa explains why, as a business owner, you should stop apologizing.
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