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People Pleasing in Voice and Communication Isn’t Serving Anyone

June 24, 2019

Welcome to the show!


Join me today for part two of a four-part series, discovering how to limit noise in your communication and high-stakes relationships. We'll begin with people pleasing and there is a lot to unpack here. 

People pleasing is not only limiting your entire existence but they significantly affect your voice, communication, freedom, and happiness. 

People pleasing is the number one struggle many of my client's have.  When we try to please other's we lose.  From a voice perspective you definitely lose because you aren't revealing who you really are and it's clear in your sound.  In fact, it's so clear that you aren't revealing who you are that we pass you by.

But it's in communication that people pleasing can really wreak havoc.  Many people do this and it's even more innate in women although men can be big people pleasers.  The bottom line, you'll never have the freedom you want, the relationship you want, command the presence you want until you can start to be okay with saying what you want and trusting that it's going to be okay.

Susie Connerley is back for more great advice and discussion. 


Susie Connerley is a Rapid Transformational Therapist who has been working in the wellness arena for 11 years to maximize results, help people achieve real change and become more of who they truly are. With a background in psychology, energy therapy, and meditation, she has a unique ability to see the origin of where people are shutting themselves down and help them come into full empowerment. Susie is on a mission to revolutionize the way we communicate in our relationships by connecting to who we truly are and finding and freeing our voices for good.


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