“Let today mark a new beginning for you. Give yourself permission to say NO without feeling guilty , mean, or selfish, Anybody who gets upset and/or expects you to say YES all of the time clearly doesn’t have your best interest at heart, Always remember: You have a right to say NO without having to explain yourself, Be at peace with your decisions.” 
Stephanie Lahart

“Saying No gains you respect. When you say No, the other person may feel disappointed. But ultimately, they will respect you for taking good care of yourself. And most of all, you’ll respect yourself because you are being true to yourself!”
Doreen Virtue
“NO is a complete sentence. It does not require an explanation to follow. You can truly answer someone’s request with a simple No”
Sharon E. Rai
Don’t say MAYBE when NO is the answer . Don’t give room for negotiation when NO is the point. No is equally good enough.
Stella C. Obokoh
If you want to go far in life, NO must be an important key you have to learn to use.How you go about it is another and knowing when to use it is very vital.
Stella C. Obokoh
You can actually say a NO without being rude, arrogant or aggressive. Just a simple but firm NO will do.
Stella C. Obokoh

2 replies on “SAYING NO”

When you say No it is important you say it politely. If you are sure you are polite about it then who ever thinks you are proud or arrogant is entitled to his or her opinion and does not have your interest at heart. Remember it is about you doing what is right and what gives you fulfillment and not always about making others happy at the expense of your joy. Thanks for reading Havillah.

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