Saying Yes to No

Saying Yes to No

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A great coach once said, “no” is a complete sentence. If you cringed when reading that sentence, you aren’t alone. In an effort to get ahead, it’s not uncommon for people to take on more than they can handle. However, saying “yes” to everything can sometimes come with damaging consequences, including an inability to truly grow and develop professionally. 

The Powerful Question to Ponder

Where do you need to advocate for yourself?

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