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LEARN TO SAY & HEAR NO

LEARN TO SAY & HEAR NO

Learning to say and hear “no” can actually improve your life in 2 key ways: 

  1. When you make a commitment to something, you must say “no” to something else. This doesn’t tie you down, but frees you from trivialities so you can focus on what’s most meaningful (e.g. deepening a relationship or mastering a craft);
  2. To build healthy relationships, both parties must be able to say “no”, thrash out their differences, establish their boundaries and take ownership for their own problems: only then can true understanding trust and acceptance be established.

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