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The guilt free guide to turning something down.

Why is it that we find it so difficult to say one simple word… Is it because we think we’ll come across as selfish or feel like a bad person? Is it because saying yes makes us feel popular and valued? Is it because we fear turning down someone will be a career limiting move?

Whatever your reason, it’s time to stop saying yes when you need to say no because not doing so will increase your risk of stress and eventually lead to burnout. In fact, if you learn to become more confident and competent in saying no, you’re likely to find that you become more productive and more efficient in everything you do.

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