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How to say ‘no’ in a kind way – with Rachel Rofe

So many people struggle with how to say ‘no’. It can be HARD! And that’s why, in today’s episode, I’m going over:

– How saying ‘yes’ when you mean ‘no’ leads to living your life on someone else’s terms even if it doesn’t make sense for you

– 3 strategies for saying ‘no’ with kindness and tact depending on how well you know the person

– Why providing a reason and using the magic word ‘because’ helps everybody feel better in the face of nay saying

– Why it’s okay not getting back to people you don’t know…you don’t owe everyone a response

…and a bit more about the importance of your life, health, and time and how you can’t get those things back if you say ‘yes’ to everyone but yourself.

As always, please me know how well you liked this episode by pinging me on Twitter.com/RachelRofe or Facebook.com/RachelRofe. 🙂

Links and Resources Mentioned:

InspiredHustle.com – new site that’s all about helping you figure out goals that excite and motivate you and how to actually make those goals happen

GoFundMe and IndieGoGo – two crowdfunding websites

Episode Transcript:

Click here to download the transcript of today’s episode.

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How to say NO when you mean no in a nice way. Follow @rachelrofe for more. :)

 

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