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themighty.com/2017/12/saying-no-declining-invitation-post-traumatic-stress-disorder-ptsd

Dec 12, 2017 ... Before I was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), I had been pretty good at sayingno.” I was working full-time, raising a family and was extremely busy. If I was invited to an event or asked to join a committee in the evening, it was easy for me to say, “I would love to, but I just can't fit it into ...

theactivistclassroom.wordpress.com/2017/03/22/on-the-art-of-saying-no-redux

Mar 22, 2017 ... Blessed July! - when I wrote about learning to say no more often? Well, yesterday morning my good friend M sent along a piece from the Chronicle of Higher Education written by our colleague Robin Bernstein, a professor of African and African-American Studies at Harvard (and a terrific performance…

journal.thriveglobal.com/the-art-of-saying-no-b3db1fa4ef92

Aug 1, 2017 ... Oftentimes, we feel we have nothing left to give but still have a hard time uttering the simple response: No. Sometimes, to be the best versions of ourselves saying no is essential, yet the most difficult, thing to do. Take some advice from these trailblazers who have learned to set this important boundary, ...

aavip.com.au/art-saying-no

The Art of saying NO! The challenge that most service based, home based, business owners have is saying NO! The Art Of Saying NO. Being in a service based business means catering to the needs and requests of others and this will mean that you are often asked to do tasks outside of what is in your 'product offering'.

batterseayoga.com/sayingno

The Art of Saying No – boundaries, priorities and 'high quality no'. This interactive workshop is for you if you struggle to prioritise your own needs over the desire to please others; or if you've ever felt your boundaries being pushed too far. Come and practice The Art of Saying No. Discover why we struggle to say “no” in ...

breaktheframe.com/6-keys-to-the-art-of-saying-no

Jan 15, 2013 ... Are there people in your life you'd like to say no to? Are you always saying yes even when you don't have room in your life for more commitments? The solution: Practice the Art of the No. Like any other skill, it takes practice to find your groove, but every time you do, it will get easier to say no.

fstoppers.com/business/art-saying-no-and-keeping-client-happy-38987

Sep 28, 2014 ... While this is admirable from a customer service point of view it is not always feasible to say yes to every request. Here is how I have learned to overcome my fear of sayingno” to a client. It has always been hard for me to say no to people, not just in business, but in my personal life as well. In my younger ...

aleteia.org/blogs/catholic-thinking/ten-pounds-of-manure-in-a-five-pound-can-the-essential-art-of-saying-no

Jan 9, 2018 ... And the person who can sayno” to that which distracts or overwhelms and “yes” to the call of God as integrated. Effectively, it is about moving toward or away from that unum necessarium, or One Necessary Thing. When we are breathlessly overcommitting and zealously multitasking, our tendency is to call ...

www.businessinsider.com/how-to-master-the-art-of-saying-no-2010-8

Aug 18, 2010 ... Still, you really have to say no to manage a company. And not just to not-so-good ideas, but — and here's where it really hurts — sometimes even to good ideas that just won't fit into the space alloted. You need to say no to some things to have any shot at strategic focus. It blends in nicely with the principle ...