Have you ever felt like everyone around you wants a piece of you? Learning how to say “no” to these people will allow you time to focus on yourself, and your own priorities.
That’s why today I want you to make the commitment to saying “no” more often – and I will teach you how to easily and effectively communicate this to those around you.
We’ve All Been There
Suppose your kids want you to drive them everywhere or they want to borrow the car, screwing up your own plans for the day.
Or your coworkers want your help on projects that aren’t really your responsibility.
Maybe your boss wants you to work overtime to finish a report you could have completed days ago if he had just given you the information you needed when you needed it.
Your sister asks you to take her kids for the weekend. Your mother wants you to come over and take her shopping.
It feels like you never get a moment to yourself to focus on what YOU want to do!
So how do you combat all the demands on your time and energy? Especially when it’s so easy for people to reach you at any time, no matter where you are, by phone, text, instant messaging, facetime, email, social media, or video chat?
It’s simple: you learn how to say “no.”