It took two false starts (Episode 35 and "The Bad One") and an 11th-hour data-loss scare before our discussion of Boundaries could be unleashed upon the world. [But aren't boundaries always difficult to establish? ...*sage nodding*...]
Chris can find himself going WAY beyond the call of duty in his dealings with certain hard-to-please clients... But is it keen business acumen, or poorly defined boundaries?
Meanwhile Isaiah reveals a shocking and unfortunate default mindset (another one?!) - a sort of evil twin to "innocent until proven guilty". Do we people-pleasers actually look for excuses to enable other people to take advantage of us? And are we just vulnerable to other people's problems because we're Sensitive Artistes?
This episode features our first attempt at introducing ourselves and "who we are today" at the top of the show. Because even we get our voices confused sometimes. For serious.
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Website - Car2go
Website - IMDb - Lady Dynamite (TV Series, 2016-)
Website - Instagram - MaximumMabel (Isaiah's dog)
Article - 'Why Don't You Respond to My Awesome Email Messages?', by Merlin Mann
Article - Bring Versus Take
Article - 'Are You a People Pleaser?', by Sherry Pagoto Ph.D.
Article - '21 Tips to Stop Being a People Pleaser', by Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S.
YouTube - Alec Baldwin in Glengarry Glen Ross, "Always Be Closing" Full Speech
Featured Image - 'three-fifty-six/three-sixty-five', by Laura Bittner
Modified to include Show Title and Overthought 'O-style' Logo