Do you struggle to say “no” to things and end up feeling resentful that you’re overbooked and have too much on your plate?

No is usually not a popular response, but it doesn’t mean you can’t say “no” and be kind, dignified and graceful in your response to others.

Join me on this episode where I discuss the reasons why we say “yes” and how to say “no” more often.

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Links mentioned in this episode

The Power of a Positive No: Save the Deal Save the Relationship and Still Say No by William Ury

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