Who doesn’t want to be liked? But when we’re trying to be more likeable, we may end up becoming someone we aren’t, trying to live up to others’ expectations, wanting to please others and seek approval.
If you were to stop trying to be liked and start being OK with being disliked, you would free yourself to be yourself, be happy, be authentic, build meaningful connections and succeed as you are.
Join us for tools on how to develop the courage to be disliked and be yourself.
Speaker: Kathleen A. Shea, Ph.D. is a social scientist, based in Miami, Florida. Her experiences include university teaching and research, as well as many years in civil rights and gender equality.