No explanation needed, the answer is NO.
One of the biggest challenges people face in reaching their goals is the ability to say “NO” in social situations.
“Would you like a piece of cake?” NO.
“Can you meet me for a coffee?” NO.
Though this may feel uncomfortable – being able to say “NO” is one of the most important rules for lasting results.
Not only does saying “NO” allow you to focus on the things that matter most to you. But saying “NO” builds you up, improving your self-commitment.
What I’ve realized having worked with so many people over the years is that saying “NO” doesn’t just happen.
It takes practice.
And, like anything, the more you practice… the better you become.
In the end, people will say: “You’re so strong, I don’t know how you do it” and you can say: