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Up early and excited to try walking around my local park without my cane! I’m also getting the jump on recording before the park fills up with the many families who will be out picnicking to celebrate Memorial Day in the U.S.
Find out what happened after last episode’s epic story of me saying ‘No’. I ponder different flavors and reasons for saying ‘Yes”. Shout-outs to new listener and brave companion Brandi and to Michelle Mc who, like many of you, felt bad that I felt bad and sent me an encouraging comment and explained a good method for avoiding binges called HALT
This vacant playground will soon be filled with happy kids out for a fun holiday.
Michelle Mc’s concerned comment about being a ‘bad cyber’ friend on episode 45 and where she tells about HALT No worries, Michelle. Happy 43rd Birthday and all of my best good wishes!
Episode 45 – Where I was feeling sad about the lack of comments at that time, i.e., I was feeling pathetic again.
Episode 46 – my big ‘No’ breakthrough
My cool new headphones for my phone interview
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Host: Laurie Weaver
Main Theme: I’m Letting Go by Josh Woodward from The Simple Life Part 1
Resource of the day
Learning to Say “No” Is Part of Success
by Ed Batista, from the Harvard Business Review blog. I really enjoyed this ‘business’ based article because it discusses the same principles and techniques as self-help, but hearing them in a new way helped me neutralize the emotional reactive response to saying No. Good Read!