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A few weeks ago, one of Rachel’s clients shared a very interesting conundrum:
She was wading through the world of dating apps, which is a masterclass in practicing discernment and listening to your intuition, as many of you know!
She said, “I’ve gotten pretty good at identifying red flags right off the bat. And I’m also seeing some green flags — signs someone is respectful and shares the same values as me. But I’m struggling at identifying yellow flags. What do I do when I run into something that, in the moment, doesn’t feel like a red flag, but in hindsight, maybe it was? Was I ignoring my intuition? Should I have known better?”
This deserves a whole episode, if you ask us! So, in this month’s brand-new Side Chat we’re diving into how to spot the differences between red, green, and yellow flags.
We got into…
- Why red and green flags have more in common than yellow flags, and why the approach when encountering a yellow flag is so different.
- How to define what counts as a red, green, or yellow flag — some are universal, and some might be very personal to you!
- Recognizing which pattern you default to: Are you someone who paints yellow flags green (aka Kristen)? Or do you default to painting yellow flags red (aka Rachel)?
Leave a comment below after you’ve listened to share which kind of flags you’ve been struggling with. We’d also love to hear how you tend to default when grappling with the tricky yellow ones!