You know that feeling you get inside when you say “yes” to something you reeaaallllly want to say “no” to, but you feel guilty or selfish or just bad in general for doing so?
It’s that heavy feeling.
That “should I cancel?” feeling.
We’ve all been there.
We’ve all committed to those events, those hangouts, those projects, those meet-ups, those “pick your brain” sessions that we ultimately resent when the day rolls around and we have to actually do it.
I know personally I always feel bratty when I’ve said yes to something that I KNOW I should have said no to.
And while I’m not one for cancelling (too often), one thing I’ve learned over the past few years is if you’re not feeling something, you need to make your default answer…
Nope, sorry, I can’t.
Because ultimately? That honesty and commitment to your boundaries not only serves you, but it truly does serve those who are asking for your time.
So if you’ve been feeling over-committed, stretched too thin, or just downright frazzled, hit that play button and let us break down 3 reasons why saying NO will help you take your business (and life!) to a whole new level.
Because we’re all about options around these parts!
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Words of Wisdom from This Week’s Episode:
- Think saying “no” makes you selfish? Think again!
- Our epiphany on how to avoid burnout
- Why setting boundaries is more important than you think
- The 2 questions you must ask yourself before saying yes or no to anyone
- How to finally stop giving too much of yourself away
- The 3 reasons why you absolutely need to say “no”
- Learn how to get back your time — and your brainspace
- How we learned to honor what works for us – not everyone else
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