How To Say No Without Feeling Guilty

How To Say No Without Feeling Guilty Avatar Posted by spinlessplates under Strategy
From http://www.spinlessplates.com 593 days ago
Made Hot by: JimmyJams on December 18, 2012 5:58 am
How to Be Smart in a World of Time Vampires, Demanding Customers & Easy Distractors. Just say No and don't feel guilty about it.

In this post I’m going to reveal some nifty techniques that will help you recoup time by refusing to do activities which are not going to benefit you or your business.

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Written by spinlessplates
589 days ago

Thank you.

Saying No (when justified) is a great productivity booster.

As is sacking customers .... hmmm there's a blog post in there too somewhere.



Written by BizRock
589 days ago

Sometimes is really hard to say no especially to your costumer and that can be really bad mistake for your business, your brand and of course for your costumer. If you feel that you will don't have enough time to do all the work what you need its better to not accept it!

Thank you for sharing this advices how to say no! :)



Written by HeatherStone
589 days ago

Hi Paul,

I think seeing value in your time is the first step. Many people I know, entrepreneurs and others, either fail to understand what their time is really worth or, alternatively, misjudge the amount of time they will need to invest in a project. Either way, it can lead to over commitment. Once you begin to understand the investment your time represents (and the opportunity cost in terms of projects that will be delayed or not completed as a result) it becomes easier to say no to investments you simply cannot afford.



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