Nicole Liloia on Healthy Boundaries
If you feel guilty when you say “No,” this week’s episode of Woman Worriers is for you. Host Elizabeth Cush interviews Nicole Liloia, a women’s empowerment coach who helps women learn to set healthy boundaries and speak up for what they want and need in their lives.
Maybe you feel overwhelmed and pulled every which way. Maybe you feel like your needs aren’t being met. Maybe you don’t even take the time think about what those needs might be. If any of these things sounds true for you, you may want to take a look at your boundaries. In this episode of the Woman Worriers podcast, host Elizabeth Cush, LCPC, of Progression Counseling in Annapolis, Md., talks with Nicole Liloia, a former social worker who now coaches women entrepreneurs to help them take charge of their business, money and life. Their conversation addresses setting boundaries at home and at work and learning how to ask for what you need so you can create the life you want.
Listen and learn:
Why women have a hard time setting boundaries
What happens when we don’t set boundaries
How our culture makes it harder for women to set boundaries
How worry, anxiety and lack of boundaries are connected
What happens when you try to start setting boundaries and speaking your mind
How setting boundaries at home and work affects relationships
Strategies for setting healthy boundaries
Why setting boundaries doesn’t have to feel overwhelming
Tips and resources to support you in learning to set healthy boundaries and speak up for yourself
> Nicole Liloia’s website
> Follow Nicole Liloia on Facebook
> Follow Nicole Liloia on Instagram
> Nicole Liloia’s free guide: Multiple Income Streams for Entrepreneurs
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