How to Say ‘No’ Without Being Rude or Feeling Guilty

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The ability to say ‘no’ is a prized skill. As technology grants 24-hour access to our lives and the ability to be quickly available is an accepted norm, the art of saying ‘no’ can be a superpower.

As Warren Buffet said:

“The difference between successful people and very successful people is that very…

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Coach | Educationalist | Gen X Career Changer | Unshakable Optimist | Has Big Heart | Personal Development Obsessive | Founder of www.rediscoveryofme.com

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