Learn to Say No Without Guilt
Your boss asks you to leave later, but is your son’s birthday, what would you do? You are overwhelmed work, but a colleague asks you for help with a task that has nothing to do with you, what would be your answer? Your sister asks you to stay with your nephews that night when you had already planned to go out with your husband what would you say?I bet you say yes, even when you want to say no. Because you are afraid of feeling guilty, of being mistreated in the eyes of others, you think that your refusal will bring you problems and conflicts. Therefore, you put yourself in second place and sooner or later you will feel frustration and regret. You should have said no! António Sacavém is a university professor, coach, and specialist in leadership and communication, finds that one of the main barriers to personal and professional development in the most several contexts is the difficulty in saying no. However, being able to say “no” in an appropriate way, at the right time, does not make us bad people, but rather gives us the opportunity to create more genuine, mature and open relationships. In this book, the author shares essential tools to learn to say a positive-no, a “no” that is confident, that opens doors to dialogue, that will increase your productivity, that will promote work / live balance and facilitates your professional achievement. In short, will make you a much happier person!