Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve been complimented on something I would not or could not have done three or four years ago.
And because I have this newer to me skill, I’ve saved myself (and others) time, energy, and frustration.
So, what is it that I’ve been complimented on?
You might already have an idea of what it is from the title of this post.
It’s the way I clearly say “No” to an invitation to purchase a product or service that I’m not interested in (or not interested in at this time).
I was talking with a friend and she shared that she wishes more business women would be comfortable and confident enough to be able to do that, it would save her a lot of time and frustration.
How are you at clearly and confidently saying “No”? (This isn’t a skill I’ve always had)
Let’s talk about what might be happening and how to clearly say no this week for Wednesday LIVE with Evie (1pm CDT).
I’m planning on sharing stories of how I’ve said no (or failed badly at it), dissecting those stories, and how to politely and firmly say no.