A "No" can come in many different forms, shapes, and textures.
A "No" is often taken personally, but generally has nothing to do with us, and is merely the other person's way of fulfilling their own needs.
A "no" has the possibility of becoming a "yes" with nourishment, patience, care, and attention.
When responding to a "no," you can choose to step back and reflect on how you approached the conversation, or you can choose to stay with the "no" and practice listening with empathy and compassion.
First of all, continue to plan to have the enrollment conversations that I talked about yesterday over the course of the next couple of weeks.
Secondly, I invite you to practice responding to a NO. One of my favorite activities to do this is to pair up with someone and ask them a completely ubsurd question like, "Will you lick my toe?" And then practice how to BE with them in that no. What is behind their no?
And with this final day, it is time to say goodbye. Thank you immensely for choosing to join me for this e-course/bootcamp. It was a pleasure for me, and I hope it was the same for you. Until next time, sending you my love, light, and laughter. ~Theresa