How Have You Trained Others to Treat You?

There was a time when I was really mad at an organization for the way (I perceived) they took advantage of me. I was angry and resentful, but what I’ve realized since is they were treating me exactly as I had trained them to – I worked all kinds of hours, I prioritized their goals over mine, and I chose to be involved in every bit of office drama and chaos. But when I decided to stop doing those things, they still had the expectations of me that I trained them to have, and I felt like a victim.

Are there tiny spots in your life (or maybe big ones) where you feel like a victim? Then listen in…

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