Nov 6, 2019
For wicked-smart women with a strong sense of empathy, setting boundaries can be a real challenge. How do you stand up and say, “That’s not okay with me,” when you can see the other person’s point of view? Like most things, the key is practice. And Alison Donaghey contends that fine tuning our ability to advocate for ourselves in safe settings makes it much easier to connect with our worthiness when it matters most!
Alison Donaghey is the creator of Domino Thinking, a platform that teaches entrepreneurs, coaches and small business owners to leverage the power of critical thinking. She also serves as the host of The Alison Donaghey Show and author of the international bestseller Think Opposite: Using the Domino Effect to Change Your Business, Change the World. Alison’s latest project is #MyPart, a movement designed to help us embrace accountability for our choices and understand the inherent value of everyone.
On this episode of Wickedly Smart Women, Alison joins Emerald to share the personal experience that inspired her to create the #MyPart community. She explains how a strong sense of worthiness protects us from other’s opinions and describes how the ability to truly see someone puts us on equal footing. Listen in for insight on how money is a form of freedom and learn to hone your boundary-setting skills with the safe stuff first!
Alison’s personal experience that inspired the #MyPart movement
How studying men’s rights has made Alison softer and stronger
How a sense of worthiness protects us from other’s opinions
Alison’s practice of reframing the triggers that bother her as a gift
How the ability to really SEE someone puts us on equal footing
How going deeper into what people need informs Alison’s creativity
The value in practicing how to set boundaries with small, safe stuff
Alison’s insight around looking at money as a form of freedom
The #MyPart Course [Promo Code smartworthy]