Cutting people off
Do we live in a generation where people are so quick to cut people out, “I don’t like the way she dresses or I don’t like the way he walks”?
We explore on the podcast is there a valid reason to cut people out and do you have to give a person a reason for you removing them?
Reasons to cut people out
One of the biggest reasons to cut someone out is if they are having a negative impact on you, it is important you have awareness of how you feel when you are around this person.
Do you regret being with them from the very second, do you leave feeling in a bad mood just because you were with them.
For your own wellbeing, you have the right to cancel that friendship subscription.
Remember not everyone is for you.
People could be holding you back
In life, you will come across many obstacles and adventures and it’s important to surround yourself with the right people around you, be deliberate with the people you spend time with. As mentioned multiple times on Tag Me In Podcast you are the average of your 5 closest friends.
So it is important to keep out the negative fixed mindset in your circle, these people have the potential to hold you back from reaching your next level in your life.
A book mentioned in the podcast is “Necessary Endings” which echoes the fact the above statement about how some people will hold you back from fulfilling your potential.
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Have you been cut before?
We often look at things from the perspective of the cutter but what happens when you are the person that has been cut.
How did you feel? Should you be upset or should you see it as part of life?
We think it’s best to reflect on the friendship and accept it as part of life, pay attention to the lessons and experience and take the good and bad from in it.
Before cutting people off we should try to accept people for who they are, as we have to accept our own traits. Remind yourself no one is perfect and try to look past the bad and shine a light on the positives.
Remember some people come into your life for a reason, and some for a season.
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