Want to know how to deal with an enemy or toxic person so they don’t get to you? This is one of the best tools. Read on…
Do you have someone who is permanently in your life for good – who is behaving badly?
Well, if so – no worries! I have one of the best tools to help you to deal with their cruel behavior.
Psssst… I share more about this topic in my video course Manage And Avoid Drama Llamas – where I offer ta full range of techniques to disarm challenging people – and put up stronger boundaries.
I want you to start to think of this person as a “Metaphorical Tennis Player.”
View your enemy as someone who is helping you to improve at the game of life.
As you might already know, one of the best ways to get better at tennis is to play with a worthy opponent.
When you play with someone who challenges you, they force you to step up your tennis game.
In fact, if you want to become a better tennis player, it actually helps a lot to have a tough opponent.
The more the other person hits that ball all over the court, the more they will help you improve how you play.
Well, the same thing applies to becoming better at the game of life.
Often we don’t want to put in the effort to work on important life skills.
But we will work on these life skills – if we’re forced to!
And we’re finally forced to work on our “A Game” when we’re face-to-face with a “tough opponent” like an enemy.
Start thinking about this challenging person with the euphemistic name of “Metaphorical Tennis Player.”
When you’re face-to-face with a “tough opponent” – a “Metaphorical Tennis Player” – you’re forced to reach deep inside yourself.
You then tap into places of strength, insight, wisdom and growth which were simply laying there dormant.
In fact, these parts of you might have continued to lay there dormant – had it not been for your “tough opponent” – your “Metaphorical Tennis Player”
Thanks to your “tough opponent” – your “Metaphorical Tennis Player” – you can work on life skills like…
My video training shares effective boundary tools recommended by top psychologists and mental health professionals.
Basically, I will teach you to be a boundary ninja!
Already these tactics have helped many thousands of people to set stronger boundaries – and talk to difficult people, so as not to escalate conflict.