How to say no without feeling guilty or changing your mind - Jane Travis

Aaw, no!

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What would you do with extra time?

Time that’s just for you to have fun or to relax.

Time to enjoy friends, family and relationships.

Time to travel, to take up new hobbies, to read that book – hell, to write that book!

Time for more contentment and happiness.

Time to enjoy this miracle of life. ​

I can give you that time.

How?

Imagine this: You’re asked to go to the cinema to see a film you're not interested in, but say yes because you don’t want to hurt their feelings.

Now imagine this: You’re asked to go to the cinema to see a film you're not interest in, so you decline respectfully, politely and without conflict. Bam! That’s an extra 4 hours just for you.

Imagine this: You’re invited to a birthday meal by a work colleague you don’t like, but say yes because you don’t want people to think you’re rude.

Now imagine this: You’re invited to go to a birthday meal by a work colleague you don’t like, so you decline respectfully, politely and without conflict. Bam! That’s an extra 5 hours just for you.

In just those 2 examples, you’ve gained 9 hours. 9 hours! What kind of difference would that make in your life?

Stop agreeing to do things you don't want to - enough is enough!

You know on a ‘head’ level that it's okay to say no, but your fears kick in – fear of being selfish, fear of conflict, fear of rejection, fear of being rude, fear of upsetting people.

You feel so guilty for saying no that it just seems easier to do it, even though you really don’t want to.

So you spend your precious time doing what others want you to do, and not​ on things YOU want to do. 

But you're at that point in your life when you're fed up, know you need to change but don't know how. 

I'll show you that not only is it okay to say no, it'll improve your life, relationships, health and wellbeing.

And I'll share with you the secret to saying no without guilt.

Learn how to say no without feeling guilty

It's fear that stops you saying no

so Replace that fear with confidence