As a leader, we all can struggle (sometimes more than not), with knowing when to say “Yes”, when to say “No”, or even when to say “Maybe later”.
Why is it that we struggle?
Well, my search for answers led me to thinking about how toddlers say no with wild abandonment…and this led me to three solutions for leaders looking to find clarity and focus in their work:
- Say no more often
- Say no to more people
- Say no despite your fears
In this recording, I dive into these solutions and the complexities behind the very simple word of “no.” In particular, I explore how who we say no to, when we say no, and our feelings about the word, often keep us from saying, “No,” even when we should.
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Show Notes and Sources of Inspiration
- Marie Forleo: The Ultimate Guide to Saying No: 19 Word-For-Word Scripts for Almost Any Situation
- Rosie Acosta: 3 Tips on Finding Your Personal Power
- Michael Hyatt: Respect Your Priorities
- Brene Brown: 3 Ways to Set Boundaries
- Amy Porterfield: How to Avoid FOMO in Your Biz & Make Better Decisions
- Dr. Meggin McIntosh’s tips for saying no [video] [free download with tips for saying no]