I never do this, but now it’s stronger than me:
Please remember that connection is soul driven,
and it should come from a place of inspiration, serving and alignment.
When connecting with masses of strangers included.
NOT to be mistaken for asking complete strangers - aka people you know from
nowhere - random questions, such as
How is your day?
How are thigs going?
How’s life treating you?
How are you?
Nobody serious about their business, mission and growth
AND respectful of their time and work
takes the time to answer chit-chat questions asked randomly by tens of strangers every day!
If you feel compelled to answer all these strangers and their dogs, honestly, stop it.
You’re disrespecting your time, work and energy!
And that’s not the way to fulfill your purpose in this world.
If you’re asking the dump questions to complete strangers - maybe because you honestly believe it is helpful,
I encourage you to think of a better way of connecting from now on.
One that starts with you
starting meaningful conversations where people engage if they feel inspired
contributing positively to people’s energy and life, etc.
It’s safe for me to respect my time.
It’s safe for me to say no and set healthy boundaries
It’s safe for me to release the need to be liked by everyone out there
I choose to love and respect myself and my time fully and completely
And I now choose to know my tribe is being attracted by my energy, work and presence.
And so be it.
Does this resonate?
Let me know in the comments.
PS It took a long time for me to stop feeling guilty for getting irritated with the chit-chat approach.
I felt I was not kind enough.
But what a lesson it was for healthy boundaries...
. - 2 hours ago