Are you too nice? That may seem like an odd question to ask. Is there such a thing as too nice? With all the horrible things happening in the world and people being so mean to one another, how can anyone be too nice?
There are a lot of actions one can take to become more confident. These steps are great if you understand and work on the secret underlying aspects of confidence. Until you develop the underlying aspects of confidence, then the actions to confidence will feel forced and you will give up claiming, “I just don’t have the confidence other people do.”
As it often does, the big talk today on Social Media is about the halftime show provided by Jennifer Lopez, aka JLo, and Shakira. Whether you loved their performance or hated it, both women showed a lot of confidence in getting up on that stage to be seen by millions of people worldwide.
HAVE YOU SEEN THEM? The posts are out - 2019 sucked, I’m going to make 2020 the best year that walked the face of the planet. And I hope that 2020 is the best year yet for you! However, in order to make that happen there needs to be more than just...
Doing nice things for people is great. Yet when you go over the edge into being too nice, you may find yourself stressed, overwhelmed, anxious and a host of other issues. How can you deal with those issues and still be kind to people?
Sometimes we think that if we aren’t ‘nice’ and doing everything for everyone we will end up being (another name for) a donkey. That simply isn’t the case. We can be our best advocates and still be kind people.
Nice is a word we like to throw around, but what does it really mean? For people-pleasers it can mean denying their own self-interest and is not healthy.