64 STASHED IDEAS
A common way to start out is “I’m sorry, but…” as people think that it sounds more polite. While politeness is important when you learn to say no, apologizing just makes it sound weaker.
You need to be firm and unapologetic about guarding your time.
When you say no, realize that you have nothing to feel bad about. You have every right to ensure you have time for the things that are important to you.
This is terrible for leadership, where my experience suggests those trends are even more pronounced.
Business people seem to be reading less — particularly material unrelated to business.
But deep, broad reading habits are often a defining characteristic of our greatest leaders and can catalyze insight, innovation, empathy, and personal effectiveness.
It doesn’t matter whether this is the worst time to be alive or the best, whether you’re in a good job market or a bad one, or that the obstacle you face is intimidating or burdensome.
What matters is that right now is right now.
Following are the 4 strategies to keep you ahead in the game:-
These are of the 33 strategies of war book written by Robert Greene.
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