Ep. 36: How to Let People Be Wrong About You

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I have a special treat for you today – after the last few episodes, I have received a LOT of comments and questions about how to not care what other people think about you.

Another way I think of this is how to let people be wrong about you.

And did you know that my podcast episode on exactly this topic was the MOST popular one of 2020? It’s true!

I am one to follow signs that come my way – not signs that tell me about rule – no…as you know by now, I like to break rules that don’t make sense to me as long as they aren’t hurting anyone;) I’m talking about signs from the Universe that something is important.

So, today I wanted to encourage you to listen to this episode and take notes. And if you’ve already heard it, listen to it again

This episode is so important, because we waste so much time, money and energy on caring about what other people think. It keeps us from taking action we want to take, from stopping things we no longer want to do, letting go of things that no longer serve us.

Hell – caring about what other people think and not letting people be wrong about us keeps us from just LOVING ourselves and being happy about the miracles that we ARE.

Letting people be wrong about you is one of the most empowering things you can do for yourself. This month in Freedom School we’re also covering How to Get Shit Done, and what I’ve found is that when I don’t care what other people think, I am WAY more productive. You stop worrying about if something is perfect or obsessing about what so-and-so might think. You just DO the damn thing.

So you see, letting people be wrong about you is good on so many levels. Enjoy – may it be of benefit.

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OK Rebels – have a listen and remember this quote by Dr Seuss: “The people that mind don’t matter and the people that matter don’t mind.”

Topics in this episode:

  • Why we seem to obsess over what other people think about us – how it holds us back
  • How to let people be ‘wrong’ about you + learn to be OK with disappointing others
  • How I learned to stop giving a flying hooha about other people’s judgement – and how it freed me up to live the life of my dreams
  • Why you MUST start doing you instead of what other people think is ‘right’, even when it’s hard and uncomfortable
  • How you not caring what people think can inspire other


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