We were recently sent the following question:
"I feel like I'm always apologizing for everything. I apologize
when I order a salad instead of a cheeseburger by always saying, well I
have a big event coming up, so I really need to watch what I’m eating".
I see other people do this as well. They "apologize" for their order with this: "I'm ordering a salad with grilled chicken because you should see what I ate last night! Margaritas, chips and salsa - I must have eaten three bowls of chips alone!" Why say anything?
It's everyone's dream to live without apology but no matter how many quotes we see, we take a step in that direction and we get hit so hard with a snarky comment that we go back to making excuses and "living with apology". How do you start to have the confidence - what is the first step to living life without apology?"
Joshua Wayne has created a detailed response to this question. Here is his answer: