41. How to Say “NO” to Create More Time

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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