Asking For Help

by Grace Brooke

 

Ask for Help

Help, considered a four letter word by some.  Asking for it can be challenging, especially for an “independent” woman, but learning how to can prevent burnout, teach kids how to ask for help and make life easier.   I discuss the benifits of asking for help with fellow Professional Organizer, Tracy Paye on wsRadio.com.  Ever feel like you have too much on your plate?  Carrying the weight of the world on your shoulders?  You have to be willing and open and ready to ask for help.  And once you do if you allow yourself to receive assistance, amazing things can happen and open up for you!

Check out my conversation with Tracy Paye of Miss Organized.

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http://wsradio.com/wsradio/episode_details/114/25414

 

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