Feeling good about saying “No” is an issue many women struggle with. A lot of women suffer from People Pleasing Syndrome, myself included, and fear saying no will jeopardize relationships and we won't be as well-liked. The thing is saying No to something is actually a gateway to saying Yes to something else.
That’s why I want to invite you to a *free* webinar training that my friend and colleague, Stress & Anxiety Relief Facilitator, Ryan West is offering. The problem is that when you don’t say “No” even when you want to, it’s hard to stay balanced because your schedule generally gets too full and you just continue to get more depleted from there.
And as you know, if you’re not feeling at least mostly balanced, you can’t be your best self and make the biggest positive impact I know you want to make in the world. So join me for this training on May 21 where Ryan will be sharing her simple process for how to Say “No” Like a Pro. Saying “No” is one of the best ways to take care of yourself and create a greater impact in the world by actually doing less. And she’ll show you how to do it guilt-free. To register, simply click here.
Saying Yes too often directly correlates to burn-out. The Huffington Post has a helpful piece on how to avoid burnout and restore some fun in your life.
Want a simple way to start saying no? How about starting with telemarketers and annoying credit card offers? Check out this Vox article which gives you the dirt on how to opt-out!
Get out there and start saying "No!" so you can reduce your stress and feel better. In other words, say yes to you!