What Does That ‘Yes’ Really Cost You? | Lisa Mitchell

Lisa Mitchell

Making the Maven Episode 101: What Does That ‘Yes’ Really Cost You?

 

Lisa Mitchell is the premier Indianapolis-based communications expert specializing in Body Language and Nonverbal Skills training. Lisa started her career in corporate, but she quickly burned herself out of it by saying yes to too many things. She did not set boundaries for herself and one day, she just couldn’t take it anymore. In retrospect, it was one of the best lessons she could have learned for herself. Although Lisa is a people pleaser, every ‘yes,’ every opportunity out there has its costs, and you must be very careful as to what those are and how they will affect you long term.

Key Insights & Aha Moments:

 

*Who is Lisa and what is her purpose in life?

*I have a gift for you! A new workshop is available on my website and it’s free!

*As a body language expert, Lisa has had quite an interesting career journey how she got here.

*Lisa burned herself out so fast that she left everything behind, including her husband at the time.

*Lisa has learned now that she did not set appropriate boundaries. She let other people push her around, and one day she just couldn’t do it anymore.

*Opportunities are not free. As Lisa was saying yes to more and more things, she was not considering the other, more important things that she was giving up, like spending time with her child.

*Saying no is so, so hard. Lisa is such a people pleaser.

*What kind of lessons did Lisa learn, and how does that translate into what she’s doing right now?

*It took Lisa around four to five years before she really began to invest in herself. She did not feel worthy enough at first.

*What does Lisa’s mindset practice look like?

*First impressions begin in as little as seven seconds and they can make or break a work relationship.

*Before you really meet someone, you need to be ‘on’ before you’re really ‘on.’ Lisa explains a bit more.

*It becomes a game changer when you learn how to decode other people’s body language.

*If you can make people seen, heard, and valued, you’re pretty much set!

Lisa’s Tips Discussed in this Episode

 

The moment you start letting someone else define what success should look like, you’re in for… Click To Tweet I just had to be okay disappointing people and be okay with not letting people get what they… Click To Tweet Here’s the catch-22 of having the appearance of success: Everybody tells you how great you are… Click To Tweet There is always, always an opportunity cost. Opportunities are not free! Click To Tweet

 

Mentioned in This Episode

Michellemcglade.com

Maven Inner Circle

Maven Facebook Group

Powerbodylanguage.com

Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less, by Greg McKeown

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