The Gentle Art of Saying No

Many of us are afraid of saying no because we fear we may be passing up a golden opportunity. If we say no to this, will they ask again? Will another opportunity come? This fear of saying no stems from several limiting beliefs we have about the world and who we are. In actuality it is wise to turn down certain opportunities to leave room for something better suited to us. It’s smart to say no to the good in pursuit of what is best for us—be it a job, a client or a relationship. However, in order to gently turn someone down, we need to acknowledge these fears (false evidence appearing real), get clear on our top values and establish and enforce healthy boundaries. Let’s explore some of these

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