Many successful people suffer from people-pleaser syndrome, which can be difficult to overcome because it’s a double edged sword. On one hand being a people-pleaser likely plays a role in why you’re successful and helped you get to where you are today. You can get projects done and solve problems with ease! However, people pleasing has a dark side that often leads to burnout in the workplace and even other relationships. People become addicted to people-pleasing because they enjoy the high from solving problems; however, a pleaser often finds that their teams relying on them too much to solve their problems instead of being empowered to solve their own problems. Sound familiar? If so, here’s three steps that will help you overcome people-pleaser syndrome and create stronger self-reliant teams in the workplace.

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