Before you carve the turkey this Thanksgiving you must download the Avoiding Conflict Guide.
I know, I know, your family probably never has any drama.
For the rest of us – HERE YA GO: (it’s FREE)
This will help you get prepared before you
go into battle, see family. 🙂
In this episode of The Chris LoCurto Show I get you ready to deal with family over the holidays. A lot of the conflict and drama we encounter over Thanksgiving can be traced back to a lack of healthy boundaries and giving up your authority.
I want you to understand this at the root level so that you can have an incredible Thanksgiving.
Question: Who are you most thankful for?
6 thoughts on “73 | Brace Yourself – Family Is Coming”
Oh my gosh Chris – BRILLIANT! LOVE the download and the show – GREAT timing. YOU ROCK!
Anxious to share!!!
Glad you liked it Jen! Thanks so much for sharing it!!!
ahhhh…thanks Joel!! Contrast you and the team for doing such amazing things!!! Happy Thanksgiving!
Can I start every day with your encouragement?! 🙂
HA! Careful Chris or you might be daily notes!!!!
I interviewed two coaches this morning on my show around helping military veterans transition to civilian career life. Very interesting interview as I would not have thought of some of the issues they face – anyways, started off the show by bragging on your this show episode and shared how refreshing it was to have such a authentic tool that can really help people through the holidays. This was just golden.
Congrats too on your life plans – 50 for the first year is knock it out of the park awesome!!!!!!!!!!! You have to feel on top of the world as it is so huge in helping people discover what a awesome life they can have and how it can ripple greatness into others.
Okay, don’t hesitate to tap into me whenever. If you are up for being on my show again, know the offer ALWAYS stands.
I loved this episode! If someone is crossing the line and not respecting boundaries they need to be called out on it.
My problem is that I HATE conflict, so I avoid confrontation…until I SNAP, then I overreact! Any advice for those of us who hate conflict?