Learn to say No assertively.

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Learn to say No assertively.

One of the toughest hurdles to overcome is to decide whether the other person’s of you is reasonable. The simple fact that the request was made means that the person has decided that you must comply, regardless.

In such case, look inside yourself first. If you hesitate or feel cornered or trapped, or you notice a tightness or nervousness in your body, it may mean that the request is unreasonable.

Sometimes you may be genuinely confused or unsure as you may not have enough information to know for sure.

Remember, the first step in asserting yourself in such case is to make sure that you have all the facts. Else ask for more information.

Once you understand the request and decide you don’t want to do it or buy it, say No firmly and calmly.

It’s crucial that you give a simple No, not a complicated statement filled with excuses, justification, and rationalizations.

A direct explanation is assertive; indirect and misleading excuses are non-assertive. It can get you into a lot of trouble by leaving you open for further challenge.

Finally, learn to say no without saying “I am sorry, but…” Saying “I’m sorry” weakens your stand.

Remember, I am asking you to be assertive, NOT Aggressive.

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