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  • Writer's pictureBlueprint Process Tammi Brannan

You DON'T Have to "Do It All"

No matter how much you try, you cannot be all things to all people. Nor should you be! In fact, I want you to do LESS. Or at least, be more discerning about what you say yes to, and what you say no to.

It starts with the people you choose to work with. I'm talking about finding "your people," your community.

Chances are, you have plenty of experience working with both people who are "for" you, and people who are not. The people who are not for you are the ones who drain your energy, take all of your time, and offer little in return. This doesn't mean all of your relationships must be "transactional." But it's time to seriously consider: do I WANT to work with or be around this person?

If they don't add something of value to your life, it's probably time to part ways. And guess what? This frees them too, because if you're not fired up about having a relationship with that person, they're going to be experiencing drainage too!

YOUR people are the ones who you can bounce ideas off of, who make you feel seen and heard. They're the ones who understand your ideas and support you, and are even willing to tell you when you may have fallen off the path of your Blueprint. Your people are inspired by your message, and they also probably inspire you.

STOP doing it all. You can't. Instead, just do what is meant for you, with the people who are meant to be there for the journey. Everything else is in someone else's Blueprint.


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