Make a "No Guilt Agreement" with Friends When You're Too Busy to Meet
Trapped in a "cult of busy"
You've probably been on the receiving end of a call from friends who say you never make time for them any more; you've maybe even made that call sometimes. This can strain a good friendship. Personal development trainer Marie Forleo recommends instituting a "no guilt agreement":
We never make each other feel guilty for anything. And when we do get together, we pick up exactly where we left off. You need to set up a "no guilt agreement" with your friends, and it simply means no guilting each other, period. And if someone can't sign that, you really need to consider editing them out of your friendship circle.
You might not even be as busy
Check out the full video for other great tips on how to hang out with your friends even when you have a crazy busy schedule.