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Part III: Veil #2: What Will Other Peopl... > Understanding the Three Layers of Sh...

Chapter 17. Understanding the Three Layers of Shoulds

Making decisions for yourself can get complicated when the various others in your life do not agree with you about what you should have, do, or be. These are the three layers of shoulds, as described in the examples that follow:

Having Shoulds—You should have: • A nice car

• A good job

• Money in the bank

• The latest clothes
Doing Shoulds—You should: • Act your age

• Listen to the news every day

• Keep your desk clean

• Check and answer your e-mails every hour
Being Shoulds—You should be: • Strong

• Perfect

• Smart

• Successful



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