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4 Ways To Avoid Saying ‘Yes’ to the Person Who Never Hears ‘No’
Women who are natural leaders know how to organize their time by saying no to requests they can’t meet. But saying no to people who never seem to hear it requires specific skill.
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IN THIS HIGH-IMPACT GUIDE, YOU’LL DISCOVER:
- Recognize how guilt and empathy can persuade us to respond ‘yes’ when we should say ‘no’
- Communicate your ‘no’ in a way that’s respectful of others’ feelings
- Prepare ahead for requests on your time, so you can respond with a firm ‘no’
- Understand why saying no helps you be a more productive leader
I was constantly giving in to others’ requests for my time because they never seemed to hear the word “No!” Now, I’m more prepared for these requests and can deliver a more effective ‘no’.
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