Save this episode! Take notes! Put it on your favorites playlist! Do whatever you need to so you can come back to it the next time you find yourself saying “yes” to too many things.
Because today, we’re going to be talking about how to kindly, but firmly say, “No.”
Specifically, we’re diving deep on how to gracefully say “no” when you get an email or a DM from someone asking you if they can meet you for a cup of coffee or a glass of wine and “pick your brain.”
It’s called the “Yes-No-Yes” method of saying no as outlined by author Michael Hyatt in his book Free to Focus.
If you’re ready to say “no” in a way that extends grace to the person reaching out and protects your time, then friend, you need to press play now!
Resources mentioned in today’s episode:
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2. Free to Focus by Michael Hyatt ~ https://michaelhyatt.com/books/