How to Become Better at Saying “No!”

June 14, 2018

Career Advice

It may sound counterintuitive, but learning how to say “no” is a career skill that you need to learn how to master. Sure, being a “yes” person can open doors and keep you open to possibilities, but saying “no” will keep you sane. This round-up of posts is a good reminder about control, guilt, time management, and productivity and how they affect your career success.

Take Control Of Your Work Day: Block Off Your Calendar For Y-O-U
Not only will this strategy keep you on task, but it will keep you in control. And that’s the first step in being productive!

Need Help Saying No? First You Need “Me Time.”
Reverse-engineering your work day–that is, protecting a certain block of time each day without guilt or shame–allows you to say no more easily. You’ll be able to respond quickly and without a blink when you’re asked to spread yourself too thin.

3 Ways to Fit More Free Time Into Your Life
Just because you’re available doesn’t mean you have to say “yes,” just because you have an hour doesn’t mean you have to fill it with chores, and just because your to-do list isn’t done it doesn’t mean you should stay up late.

Image via duncan c/Flickr.

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