Is it hard for you to so no?
I can tell you that many people have this difficulty.
For lots of reasons.
Whether to not hurt the other; to avoid conflicts; not to displease, for the feeling it gives us to feel so generous or because it just doesn't exist in our vocabulary.
I'm not just talking about saying no at the restaurant when the waiter asks us if we want dessert (because seriously, are you saying no to that? ????)
Rather, I am referring to saying no to a gift that is offered to you (which I call here a poisoned gift; you know! the gift that come with a kind of debt) or to a customer who asks you for something that you do not have in your menu.
In these cases, do you have trouble saying no?
It is not by saying YES to all the requests that you will be the most appreciated and the most referred.
And in the long run, you'll lose your own respect.
You'll blur your limits, you'll get out of breath and you'll feel completely exhausted.
To say NO is first and foremost to RESPECT YOURSELF.
It doesn't matter what you refuse!
Even if it's a gift.
And respect yourself, never bully the other person.
Do you agree with me? (reply to this email to let it know)
You know you can always say ''No'' ;)
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