Could Aplogising Too Much Be Losing You Respect At Work?

In this week’s video I explore what can happen when we say sorry too much and how on the surface it manifests as a simple five letter word but underneath the surface it can teach us a lot about how much self-worth we have.

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I’ve never found it hard to say sorry.

I was brought up with strong values around the word although my child’s interpretation of those values were a little skewed. My parents told me that it didn’t matter what I did as long as I always aplogised – which I took quite literally and did whatever the hell I wanted.

All good as long as I apologise, right?

I’ve come to learn that’s not quite the case and have defined my own relationship with sorry; when I am or am not happy to say it and when I do, the genuine emotion that truly comes with it.

What’s your relationship to this bridge building word? Do you not say it enough or are you saying it too much?

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Lydia Kimmerling

Life Coach, Spiritual Teacher, Speaker, The Happiness Explorer

Hey, I'm Lydia Kimmerling I am MAD, CRAZY, PASSIONATE about helping you to create a life you're super excited to wake up to. Being happy...ish, inspired...ish and fulfilled...ish is never quite enough, is it? When you feel like there is "more" out there for you, it's because there is. A life where you can't remember the last time you worried, stressed or doubted yourself and your friends ask you "What's your secret?" because you GLOW, SPARKLE and SHINE. That can be you and I will show you how. I got my first television job at 17, ran my own restaurant in Panama at 22, taught Hip Hop in Cornwall at 26, was cabin crew for Virgin Atlantic at 28, coached CEO's on confidence at 29, then at 30 took the leap as a certified life & business coach with The International Coaching Federation to launch my very own transformational company called The Happiness Explorer. I am a master of change, so I can tell you that there is NEVER really anything to fear, but has it always been easy? NO! I have blocks, down days and self-doubt too, life doesn't stop throwing you curve balls, it's how you catch the ball and throw it back that changes. Plus, you never know until you try, right? At 32, I now know what the key is to waking up every single day excited about the life you live. It is to know yourself inside and out and to love every part of who you are.The more you know yourself, the more of you there is to love and the more you love yourself, the more you want to give yourself a life you love. The question is…What do you really want?