Settling, it's endemic. We wonder about what other people will say, whether they will accept us and our wishes and whether we'll be judged for wanting what we want. What if no one ever wants to give me what I want?
From that moment, we become inauthentic and rarely reclaim the right to have exactly what we want. What's the cost of this existence? Is it really necessary or can we look at it more closely, to see our own objections to having what we want and the possibility of prioritizing our wants more than our concerns.
This conversation will support anyone, anywhere in life. From our careers to our love lives, getting for and asking for what we want and how this usually goes in life can be a fascinating conversation. Join us for dinner at Cafe Asia and let's see where this goes!
I hear free parking is available in lots one block to either side of Wilson Avenue.
P.S. Slots fill up and are limited. Please review your RSVP at least 72 hours prior to the event so we can make the appropriate reservation at the restaurant and in case all slots are taken so that openings become available for people who want to come if you cannot. Thank you!