So, I’ve been practicing ever since.For me, saying yes has never been a stretch. It’s the “no’s” that have tripped me up.If you’re a recovering “yes-aholic,” too, read on.Here are my go-to strategies for saying a clear “no,” which is a gift to you and those around you.
Because remember: A woman walked up to me and asked me if I would review some of her work to give her my feedback.
She was delightful, and I’m sure the piece she wanted my eye on was equally wonderful. However, I knew it would sit in my inbox, and I would delay looking at it.Read more on positivelypositive.com