How to Stop Being a Pushover and Set Better Boundaries with Terri Cole

“You have the right to say ‘no’ — without feeling guilty.”

Let that sink in.

Terri Cole, licensed psychotherapist and author of Boundary Boss, has worked with CEOs, celebrities, and supermodels around the world. She knows firsthand how the most successful and satisfied folks all have one thing in common —

Big. Beautiful. Boundaries.

That simple but profound opening quote came straight from Terri’s Boundary Boss Bill of Rights, a list of ten paradigm-shifting statements every human should read.

When you repeatedly prioritize the comfort of others and put your own needs on the backburner, it creates a cycle of overwhelm and exhaustion. That cycle ends now.

Watch this MarieTV and learn how to:

  • Break free from chronic people-pleasing.
  • Hold firm boundaries (without guilt or drama).
  • Deal with backlash when you finally ask for what you need.  

Whether you have clear boundaries or you’re a chronic people-pleaser, I guarantee you’ll walk away from this conversation with valuable insight.

Check out this episode on The Marie Forleo Podcast

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DIVE DEEPER: For 19 word-for-word scripts on setting boundaries, get my Ultimate Guide to Saying ‘NO’, then watch this conversation with Luvvie Ajayi Jones, another inspiring example of a Boundary Boss.

Psst…. Terri Cole has created something for the MarieTV community. Grab your copy of Simplify and Do Less with Boundaries.

Now Terri and I would love to hear from you.

What insight, lesson, or aha will you take away from this conversation? Where’s one area in your life where you need better boundaries? In the comments below, tell me one action you can take to establish better boundaries in your life.

As Terri says, “Take baby steps towards establishing boundaries that are more aligned with the way you feel, and before you know it, talking true will become your new normal.”

XO

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