Do You Need More? Are You Where You Know Isn’t Good for You?

peas in a pod

A new client hasn’t been paid for two and a half months from a part-time job. When she asks for her check, she gets a chilly response from the supervisor who says the company hasn’t paid them yet and to stop asking about it. She’ll get a call when they’re available.

Aside from being illegal, and we discussed actions to take, why was she putting up with that? The supervisor doesn’t treat her, her time or talent with respect. However, she ‘s full of pride that the people in the facility love my client and her work. She makes the supervisor look good.

My client realized that because she needed the money from this job, she was afraid to stand up for herself. She placed herself in a position where, even though she knew better, she’d been tolerating the supervisor who both belittles and takes advantage of her.

Then she got it. She quoted me a phrase that she frequently heard while growing up:

“Need more” will make you work where you’re not working properly.

In other words, if you’re needy, you’ll find yourself working or being in places that aren’t good for you, where you or your talents won’t be valued or appreciated.

Are there situations or people in your life that aren’t good for you, but you put up with them? If so, do you allow it because you feel you need them?

Neediness can make people do strange things.

Think about it. Perhaps there’s another way. You’re probably stronger than you realize.
 

P. S. Know someone who might be interested in this TIP?  Please share.

I work with people, at any age,
who choose to share their gifts
or business in a BIGGER way
but don’t know how, feel stuck
or would benefit from new tools
or support.

I help them be richly compensated
doing what they love by aligning
with their Soul’s goals. 

 

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