No one likes to hear or say “no.”
When you say it you feel like you might have disappointed or upset someone.
Being able to say and stick to “no” is one of the most common lessons I teach to parents. Small beings are persistent and so darned cute! It makes saying "no" extremely difficult.
In this week’s blog I will teach you about how to make your “no” stick every time!
Insight Into Action!
Parents: How did you shift the quality of your "no"?
Teachers: What is one way you can be more effective with saying "no" to requests from your students?
With a little help we can all grow. If a special person in your life can use this information, then please forward this blog.
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