No Problem: The Upside of Saying No
Do you find yourself overwhelmed by your to do list? Or resentful that you are helping someone else when you had something important to do?
If so I think you will find the interview I did with Liesel Teversham very useful. I love Liesel’s approach because she believes, like me, in making things practical. Liesel explains more about why we struggle to say ‘No’. And then how we can say ‘No’, both at home and at work, so as to be able to say ‘Yes’ to life.
Liesel is currently on a virtual book tour and I had the pleasure of hosting her. Take a listen to our chat:
“No Problem: The Upside of Saying No” is a guidebook for those who are overwhelmed, exhausted and resentful and never have a moment for themselves.
Visit Liesel’s book blog to check out the full schedule for her Virtual Book Tour at http://www.no-problem-book.com/index.php/book-tour, and receive a free 10 lesson e-Course to accompany the book, available on Amazon.
The book guides the reader to understand what lies beyond the deep reluctance to say “I’m so sorry, this time I can’t help”. It’s filled with stories, anecdotes, solid research, helpful practical tips, and a very effective and powerful tool to shift the reluctance and reduce stress. It also talks about change, the fight-flight response, the role of the subconscious mind and provides 24 ingenious ways to say “no” kindly.