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Is there something God is calling you to do but you just keep putting it off? Today's special guest, Shari Braendel, knows exactly how you feel. After sensing God calling her to use her passion for fashion to help those in the church, Shari put it off for 7 years before finally taking the leap, and now she is here to encourage us to take a step of faith too! It's time to stop waiting and debating and to start taking action! RESOURCES FROM THIS EPISODE sharibraendel.com stylebycolor.com Follow Shari on Instagram! ABOUT OUR SPECIAL GUEST Shari Braendel is president of Fashion Meets Faith and author of Help Me, Jesus! I have Nothing To Wear (Zondervan). As president of FMF, Shari has helped thousands of women reveal who they are in Christ and shine outwardly with confidence through her conferences, online instructional videos, podcasts, consultant training, and more. As a Christian speaker, she has presented over 500 events in 18 states, including Hearts at Home, She Laughs, and She Speaks and has shared the stage with Nicole C. Mullin, Lysa TerKeurst, and Karen Kingsbury. She has appeared on Focus on the Family, The Total Christian Television Network (TCT), K-Love, Crown Financial Network, Moody Global Ministries, and more. Shari saw firsthand that women didn't recognize the beauty that God gave them and lacked the knowledge of how to dress themselves with confidence. She knows women often judge themselves based on the world's standards and are forever coming up short. As a fabulously fun fashionista, Shari takes women on a trip through the fashion DO's, explaining why it's important to dress the body they have, not the one so prominently displayed on the cover of the latest fashion magazine. With electric and exciting stage presence, Shari delivers a message that women no longer need to conform to the pattern of the world, but can be confident and self-assured no matter their size or shape.
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I love Chef Marcela! This episode is a fantastic conversation about how to find courage, create boundaries and accept change when it's needed. How to listen to your gut and know when it's ok to say NO. Find Chef Marcela here: https://casamarcela.comOn Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chefmarcela/?hl=en
Michael Pizzano is an independent filmmaker and a proud New Yorker. He recently created a 9 episode web series, Lockdown Living, that takes a dark, comedic look into lessons learned from the 2020 quarantine. His short films The Replacement and Say No to Drift Walking, were festival favorites – including the Inwood Film Festival!Michael's first feature project, Exposure 36, where he acted as lead producer was released in the Spring of 2022 and he is currently in pre-production for a post-apocalyptic thriller to be shot toward the end of the Summer. In his first foray into directing horror, Michael is incredibly excited to announce Drifter, a slasher film hitting the film festival circuit this year. In addition to his narrative projects, Michael works as a producer of branded content for Vox Media. Check out more of his work at www.michaelpizzano.com
Particularly for women, we often feel so much pressure to do it all and be amazing at everything at all times, and so many of us are guilty of trying to please everyone around us, even when it's detrimental to our own mental health. But it turns out it's also detrimental to our physical health in ways you may not be aware of. In this episode of KICPOD, we find out the impacts of stress and why being Superwoman isn't always the best thing for us, and get some great tips on ways to manage our busy lives and set healthy boundaries. Also as an added bonus in today's ep, Steph reveals the saucy 30 day challenge she & her husband Josh are in the middle of! Would you take part in this challenge with your partner? Laura says she wouldn't! SPECIAL GUEST: Dr Libby Weaver KIC UPDATES: KIC minis are here! Lack of time and motivation are the biggest barriers preventing us from moving our bodies (especially in winter), so we've developed a series of 5-minute mini workouts that you can easily fit into your day. You can start your 14-day free trial here. SPECIAL SHARES: Steph – ‘Where the Crawdads Sing' novel by Delia Owens Laura – ‘Fittest on Earth: Next Gen' film on Amazon Prime Video & Apple TVSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
HOUR 3: The Nets were given an ultimatum to trade Kevin Durant or fire both Steve Nash and GM Sean Marks. Sounds like owner Joe Tsai has chosen not to cave to KD's demands. Fauria hosts “Big Deal or No Big Deal?”. Plus, longtime Oklahoma Sooners assistant Cale Gundy was fired in a bizarre story
Hey friends! Welcome to Girls' Night! I'm so excited for today's episode. Today we're talking about boundaries: How to set them, how to keep them, and why they're so truly life-changing. If you've been a Girls Night listener for a while now, this isn't the first time you're hearing me talk about boundaries. And it's because this has been a HUGE lesson for me. I am historically bad at knowing what I want and what I need — at drawing lines and saying no. And for the longest time, I was okay with that. (Maybe even a little bit proud of it?) I like being helpful. I like being needed. I like feeling useful, and capable, and strong. For years I thought that this was the best way to love the people I love: To always put their needs above my needs, to say yes to everything, to give but never take, and to have everything that's mine be theirs without limit — whether it was my stuff, my space, my time, or my energy. This is what I thought would lead to the healthiest, closest relationships. But over the last few years I've learned that the opposite is true. Boundaries are an absolutely essential part of healthy relationships. They're an essential part of a healthy life, of a healthy US. And that's what we're talking about here today. To help us through this, I invited my dear friend, Dr. Sasha Shillcutt back on the show. Sasha is a renowned cardiac anesthesiologist, professor, bestselling author and CEO and Founder of Brave Enough. Sasha is also a wife and a mother who has walked through seasons of loneliness, anxiety, and complete burnout. Needless to say, she has had to learn about boundaries the HARD way. She has a new book called, Brave Boundaries: Strategies to Say No, Stand Strong and Take Control of Your Time where she helps us find the courage to implement boundaries in our own life. Here are just a few of the things she's going to teach us in this episode: How to take a personal boundary inventory and identify what boundaries we need Why saying no to others and yes to ourselves isn't selfish and can actually help us be a better version of ourselves (and love our people better!) How to kindly respond to someone if we receive backlash for the boundary we've set And so much more! One of my favorite things that Sasha says in the episode was, "The world will set your boundaries if you don't set them for yourself” and that couldn't be more true. Friends, if you're feeling anxious, burned out, or overwhelmed in life right now, this episode is for you! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ryan is the CEO & Founder of Tailwater Dental, an adjust professor at Vanderbilt University here in Nashville, and he writes publicly online at ryanmccostlin.com. He lives in Nashville with his wife and 3 young children. Listen in! Key Highlights: [00:01 - 16:43] Tips for Managing Your Time Effectively Ryan talks about his experience writing for himself for over a decade and how he started sharing his writings during COVID-19. The most effective people spend their time, energy, and effort on what they can actually influence. Ryan encourages listeners to focus on things they can influence rather than things they cannot. Spend most of your time on things that are important but not urgent. Parkinson's law states that work expands to fill the time available for its completion. Adopting a low-information diet can help focus on the things that matter most. Being mindful of who we are spending our time with can be beneficial. .[16:44 - 44:26] Quality Time Matters More Than Quantity Time Ryan reflects on his career journey, noting that he has had to say no to opportunities in the past to pursue his true passions. https://www.craftdeology.com/the-story-of-the-chinese-farmer-by-alan-watts/ (The Story of the Chinese Farmer) tells us that a perceived fortune or misfortune isn't always fortune or misfortune. Not always being happy with what we have can be a blessing in disguise, as it can help us learn and grow. The most important thing is to spend with people you love, and that quantity over quality is key when it comes to time at home. Ryan encourages employees to be proactive in their careers and shoot for goals bigger than themselves. [44:27 - 46:28] Closing Segment Check out Ryan's content here - https://www.ryanmccostlin.com/ (https://www.ryanmccostlin.com/)! Key Quotes: “If I'm thinking through something, it helps to hold myself accountable for communicating these thoughts in a way that's accessible to others.” - Ryan McCostlin “Intimacy can't be scheduled, and tenderness can't be planned. We can't make an appointment with our children to get them to share their real secret fears and dreams.” - Ryan McCostlin “Early in our career, if we can remember that maybe our goal isn't to have a certain number in the bank account. But our goal is to be able to wake up without an alarm clock, on our own terms; that's something that's better to shoot for.” - Ryan McCostlin Connect with Ryan: Website: https://www.ryanmccostlin.com/ (https://www.ryanmccostlin.com/) Connect with me onhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/brian-c-adams/ ( LinkedIn)! LIKE, SUBSCRIBE, AND LEAVE US A REVIEW on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on. Thank you for tuning in and Stay Tuned for the Next Episode COMING SOON!
There are so many well-intentioned people sharing the mantra, ‘no is a complete sentence' and while that is technically true and reminds you that you do not need to justify saying no, it doesn't take into consideration the heart of the matter…YOUR heart in the matter. This week, episode 117 of the Positively Living Podcast is about how to say no without feeling guilty or rude!In this episode of the Positively Living Podcast, I'm sharing the importance of saying no to some things so that you are able to say yes to others and I provide actionable steps you can take right now to say no in a way that feels good to you and is effective. I cover the following topics:Why we have such a difficult time saying no. What saying no actually means and why you may want to do it more often. How to say no firmly and respectfully. My simple formula for firm, but gracious replies. Saying NO is an important part of protecting boundaries, but it's not just about saying NO. It's figuring out when and how to say it.Thank you for listening! If you enjoyed this episode, take a screenshot of the episode to post in your stories and tag me! And don't forget to follow, rate, and review the podcast and tell me your key takeaways!Learn more about Positively Living and Lisa at https://positivelyproductive.com/podcast/If you're ready to reduce stress and overwhelm by doing less, yet still achieving more, I invite you to join me for a Strategy Session: a heart-opening, mind-expanding, goal-setting session that gives you the clarity needed to determine your best steps forward. Go to www.positivelyproductive.com/strategy and use the promo code PODCAST for a special listener discount.CONNECT WITH LISA ZAWROTNY:FacebookInstagramResourcesWork with Lisa! Buy Lisa a coffee!LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:Tackle Your ToDo List in Four Simple Steps | Positively Productive Systems LLChow to say no without sounding rude - Google SearchThe Boundary You Didn't Know You Were Missing | by Melody Wilding, LMSW | Forge (medium.com)6 effective Tips to Politely Say No (that actually work!) | Science of PeopleDance Song Playlist Volume 1, Volume 2, Volume 3Music by Ian and Jeff ZawrotnyStart your own podcast with Buzzsprout!
What if your friend couple asks you to "take the friendship to the next level?" - how can you say NO but keep the friends? Also....just in time for back-to-school....Kat will save you a ton of money!!
In this episode I want to talk to you about why it's ok to say no to a business opportunity (especially when you've already said yes). Saying no can feel awkward for perfectionist business owners - we often think we need to follow through with an opportunity that isn't a good fit because we already said yes. But there are times when an opportunity isn't right for you and your stage of business. When that happens, your growth will come from clearly saying no. And you can do it without being rude and without drama. Tune in to learn how to discern if a business opportunity is a good fit for you and practical advice on saying no without being rude. I also share helpful examples of times I've said no after saying yes in my business (and why I made that decision). In This Episode You'll Learn: Why it's ok to say no to an opportunity or request after you've already said yes How to say no without being rude How to discern whether your growth is saying no or continuing to be a yes Times in my business where I've said no after saying yes and why I did it PGSD is opening to new students on 26 October 2022: The PGSD Process will have you getting out of your own way in your business and planning properly as a perfectionist. The doors to Perfectionists Getting Shit Done will be opening at 6am New York time on 26 October and closing at 11:59pm New York time on 1 November 2022. To find out more about the program and be the first to know when the doors open, join the waitlist here: samlaurabrown.com/pgsd. Featured In The Episode: Join the waitlist for Perfectionists Getting Shit Done (PGSD) - samlaurabrown.com/pgsd Learn the basics of Power Planning – samlaurabrown.com/planning Sign up for daily Perfectionist Power-Ups - samlaurabrown.com/power Follow me on Instagram @perfectionismproject
Today we are talking about Tip #14 of the 14 tips for helping you to maintain work life balance, which is to Know When to Say NO. It can be difficult to say no, but it is absolutely vital to maintaining life/work balance. We often carry irrational thoughts and emotions when it comes to saying no. Whether it's a fear of rejection or criticism, we often say yes when we really want to say no. If you are not willing to honor your own well-being and happiness, how can you effectively do it for anyone else? It's up to you to say no to the things that cause havoc on your life balance. Saying ‘no' now doesn't mean ‘no' forever. You can always say ‘yes' later when it fits better into your life. We all need to make a living – and there are a myriad of ways to generate revenue in enjoyable and productive ways, other than traditional means. Get creative. Brainstorm innovative ideas. It's your life; create it the way that it works best for you and looks great on you! Over the past 14 days, we have explored 14 tips for helping you maintain work life balance. Choose those tips that can have the best impact on your work life balance and implement them in your life today. Subscribe to my high-value proven business success tips and resources Blog (https://www.accountabilitycoach.com/blog/) If you get value from these Accountability Minutes, please take a minute to leave me a short rating and review. I would really appreciate it and always love to hear from you. Take advantage of all the complimentary business tips and tools by joining the Free Silver Membership on https://www.accountabilitycoach.com/coaching-store/inner-circle-store/. Want more from The Accountability Coach™, subscribe to more high-value content by looking for me on https://www.accountabilitycoach.com/my-podcast/ and on most podcast platforms and in most English-speaking countries, or by going to https://itunes.apple.com/podcast/accountabilitycoach.com/id290547573. Subscribe to my YouTube channel with short business success principles (https://www.youtube.com/annebachrach) Connect with me on Linked-In (https://www.linkedin.com/in/annebachrach) Connect with me on Pinterest (https://pinterest.com/resultsrule/) Connect with me on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/annebachrach/) Connect with me on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/TheAccountabilityCoach) Go to https://www.accountabilitycoach.com to check out for yourself how I, as your Accountability Coach™, can help you get and stay focused on you highest payoff activities that put you in the highest probability position to achieve your professional and personal goals, so you can enjoy the kind of business and life you truly want and deserve. As an experienced accountability coach and author of 5 books, I help business professionals make more money, work less, and enjoy even better work life balance. Check out my proven business accelerator resources by going to https://www.accountabilitycoach.com/coaching-store/. Aim for what you want each and every day! Anne Bachrach The Accountability Coach™ Business professionals and Advisors who utilize Anne Bachrach's proven business-success systems make more money, work less, and enjoy better work life balance. Author of Excuses Don't Count; Results Rule, Live Life with No Regrets, No Excuses, the Work Life Balance Emergency Kit and more. Get your audio copies today.
In this episode--the 4th in a series exploring the value of books often found on lists of books to be banned from public school libraries and curriculum--Craig Bennett, Bob Wood, and host Jane Stahl offer insight into what folks have found disturbing and the value of a few books that made them think and question life as they knew it: John Steinbeck's Grapes of Wrath and Of Mice and Men, the Tolkien's Lord of the Rings trilogy, J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter series, and dystopian novels George Orwell's 1984, Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale, Lis Lowry's The Giver, and Madeleine L'Engle's Wrinkle in Time are among those discussed.
If you want to protect your boundaries, you don't need to say "no". There are more graceful and sensitive ways of declining an offer. On your personal development journey, you need to be sure you have the right foundation in place. Discover the 7 Fundamentals To Self Improvement and instantly accelerate your growth! (Who knows what you might be overlooking and how it's holding you back…) If you're in the US or Canada, text me at 949-799-0788 and I'll send you daily text messages that help you grow and discover yourself every day. Not in the US or Canada? Send me a DM on Instagram to @self.improvement.daily
72(t) allows you to get money out of an IRA before you turn 59.5, but it comes with serious stipulations and consequences, proceed with caution!! Call now to schedule your complimentary Next Steps Meeting today at 800-928-4001 or learn more at www.yourlifeafterwork.com. Connect with Financial Enhancement Group: Visit our Facebook page at www.Facebook.com/FinancialEnhancementGroup Join our Facebook Group at www.yourlifeafterwork.com/FinancialTidbits Visit our website at www.yourlifeafterwork.com We would love to answer your questions on air! Give us a call at 800-928-4001 or send them to TalkToFEG@yourlifeafterwork.com
I have a hard time saying no. As a peak performer, I would bet that you do too. That comes at a cost--right? Helping people is not about saying yes to all of the people all of the time, rather it is about saying yes to some of the people, some of the time to some of their requests. Want Medicine Revived Morning Rounds delivered to your inbox every weekday morning? Sign up for the FREE Medicine Revived Morning Rounds email at https://courses.medicinerevived.com/morning-rounds
We added another word to our “Hard to Say” list. A woman in Ohio says she captured a Bigfoot howl. But did she? A new restaurant in Texas has a no cellphone policy and patrons are loving it! Cap'n Crunch is taking over free water taxis in NYC next week. Aldi wants to host your wedding; what do we like to buy there?
Catherine interrupts this summer mini series to have an amazing talk with Sasha about working moms and how they do it all. Sasha busts the myths of super mom and talks about balance. The conversation naturally unfolded around boundaries and since that's the theme of this month, Catherine couldn't wait to publish this episode. They had a great conversation on how to stay organized and smoothly transition from work to home and home to work, even if it's all within the same space. Sasha believes in creating a home environment that honors both adult space and kid space. Sasha details her four step system for moms as they restart after they've put their life on pause. Sasha's Bio Sasha Morozov is a former executive who holds a Master's in Social Work and is the founder of sasha x home. When Sasha isn't chasing after her two sons, she now utilizes her clinical skills to coach women who are killing it at work but feel like they are failing at home to have more time, less clutter, and habits for a peaceful life. Sasha believes that working moms are exceptional humans who are skilled, devoted, and unstoppable. Sasha has spent almost 15 years working in the non-profit field to help individuals and families create better futures. Sasha is an avid minimalist, productivity master, and obsessed with organizing and designing people's lives. Sasha has now developed a 4-Step Method that focuses on Self, Home, Relationships, and Habits to help moms hit start on the life they've put on pause. Freebie: 5 Steps to Coming Home Happy from Work Connect with Sasha in the Free Facebook Group for more tips and Live videos: Moms Creating a Next Level Life at Home To learn more about your host, Catherine Avery: Productivity by Design To connect with Catherine: Productivity Breakthrough Session 9 *We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites at no cost to you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Just say NO to downloading your estate plan documents! If you want to hear about some mistakes I've seen on these documents, listen to this. -- I love helping people and make these podcasts to help non-lawyers learn a little more about legal concepts. I'd appreciate it if you take a second to let me know what you thought of the podcast and if you learned something, please hit the subscribe button, rate and review! It helps other people access the podcast too. -- If you want to talk more about estate planning: https://www.amandarochalaw.com/click-estate-planning If you want to talk more about probate: https://www.amandarochalaw.com/click-probate -- Estate Planning and Probate is all we do. If you want someone who is honest, diligent, and compassionate, you've come to the right place. Amanda Rocha is the owner of Law Office of Amanda L. Rocha. She created it with one goal - help YOU live a great life and leave a great legacy. You'll find information here on estate planning, probate, revocable living trusts, irrevocable trusts, life insurance trusts, charitable giving, wills, trusts, power of attorney, medical power of attorney, trustee selection, and everything in between. -- Instagram = https://www.instagram.com/amandarochalaw Facebook = https://www.facebook.com/amandarochalaw Podcast = https://www.amandarochalaw.com/podcast *Attorney advertising. For educational purposes; no guarantees are made with this video or text.
Saying “No” — and sticking to it — is a skill that it has taken me years to (almost) master. Although it can feel a little uncomfortable to draw boundaries, this skill is absolutely vital to have in your toolbox as a business owner, and especially as a mompreneur. Chances are, much of your time is spent serving other peoples' agendas, from creating no-bake cheesecake bars for the bake sale to serving on a Board of Directors for a community organization… and this is on top of driving to swim practice, picking up from sleepovers, or doing the weekly grocery shop!With such a limited amount of time available to us, we MUST ensure that we are taking on the tasks and opportunities that are worth our time and energy. And when it comes to our businesses, we need to make sure that we're saying “Yes!” to the tasks and opportunities that are most aligned with our goals — and in order to do that, we can't let ourselves be caught up with projects and clients that aren't serving our greater purpose. Remember: when one door closes, a million doors open!This episode is all about creating more time freedom in your schedule, and learning how to recognize and leverage the amount of choice you actually have in how you spend your time (great news: you have more choice than you realize!). BONUS: I also share a script that will help you politely decline the not-portunities that come your way.In this episode, you'll discover: How to avoid common collaboration pitfalls — and what to keep in mind as you consider partnerships or guest appearances Which clients you need to learn to walk away from (and how leaving them behind can help you connect with your best-fit clients!) How to say “No” to tasks INSIDE of your business that aren't within your zone of geniusTimestamps: 00:32 Intro & listener spotlight02:22 168 hours a week05:25 You have more choice than you realize!07:30 Would you like more time freedom?09:26 Clarity & difficult choices10:20 Non-dream clients14:09 Not-portunities17:08 Shiny Object Syndrome19:00 Tasks outside our zone of genius21:14 Your three key areas23:34 Recap25:48 Rejection script31:03 What do YOU need to say no to?33:33 Your next best actionLinks mentioned: A-Players Rapid Impact Business Coaching Experience https://www.mamasandco.com/coaching 168 Hours: You Have More Time Than You Think by Laura Vanderkamhttps://www.amazon.ca/168-Hours-Have-More-Think/dp/159184410X Building a Joyful Businesshttps://www.liannekim.com/book —Learn with me: https://www.liannekim.com/dreamclient Connect with me: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/liannekimcoach Instagram: @liannekimcoachJoin the Mamas & Co. community to get access to valuable resources and the support of likeminded mompreneurs and mentors: https://www.mamasandco.com Instagram: @mamasandco
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Life is about saying yes until it makes sense to say no. We are always looking for a quick fix, but in life, there are few guarantees and even less control over when or where those solutions will come from--so why not take some time out each day this week (or month) and try something new? You'll be surprised at how much more alive you feel after doing things outside your comfort zone! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode, learn what to do when your urges are barely noticeable but you're still drinking when you don't want to be. Find out how to respond to these urges without depending on willpower. Get full show notes and more information here: https://rachelhart.com/289
AT THE END OF A RECENT CALL WITH ONE OF MY CLIENTS, I ASKED IF THERE WAS ANYTHING ON THEIR MIND. THEY SAID, "FUNNY YOU SHOULD ASK, WE WERE WONDERING IF YOU WOULD BE WILLING TO WORK WITH OUR SON" FULL DETAILS ARE IMPORTANT. THEIR SON HAD DONE A GREAT JOB AND SAVED UP OVER $250,000 BY AGE 30. HE HAS A GREAT JOB BUT HIS BIGGEST DESIRE IS TO GET INTO THE REAL ESTATE FLIPPING GAME. MY CLIENTS ARE RETIRED AND AFTER SELLING THEIR VERY SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS IN CALIFORNIA, THEY PROMPTY MOVED OUT OF CALIFORNIA TO A LOWER COST OF LIVING IN IDAHO. THEIR SON LIVES IN NEVADA AND WOUD LIKE TO START FLIPPING HOUSES BEFORE HE JUMPS OFF THE 9 TO 5 WORK SHIP. MY SUGGESTION FOR THEIR SON WAS NOT TO WORK WITH ANY FINANCIAL ADVISOR AT THIS POINT. SOME OF THE REASONS INCLUDE: RELATIVE TO HIS TOTAL INVESTABLE ASSETS, INVESTEMENT FIRM MINIUMUMS WOULD REQUIRE TOO LARGE A PERCENTAGE TO MANAGE THINGS. 250K IS A LARGE NUMBER BUT NOT LARGE ENOUGH TO GET A MONEY MANAGER AND HIGHER LEVEL SERVICE. WITH 250K, HE MAY END UP HEARING ABOUT CERTAIN TYPES OF LIFE INSURANCE OR NON GUARANTEED INSURANCE COMPANY PRODUCTS THAT YEILD A HEALTH COMMISSON INSTEAD OF LONG TERM LOW COST ASSETS UNDER MANAGEMENT. THE BIGGEST REASON I SUGGESTED HE AVOID WORKING WITH AN INVESTMENT ADVISOR IS THE FACT THAT HE WANTS TO INVEST IN REAL ESTATE. IF HE WORKS WITH A MONEY MANAGER, HIS MONEY COULD BE TIED UP ON WALL STREET WHEN A REAL ESTATE DEAL ON MAIN STREET COMES UP. HE NEEDS TO KEEP HIS POWDER (CASH) DRY SO HE CAN BE READY FOR REAL ESTATE OPPORTUNITIES. I ALSO SUGGESTED THAT HE STARTS FOCUSSING HIS RESEARCH AND EDUCATION ON HIS LOCAL MARKETS SO HE CAN BE READY TO FIND THE CRAZY GOOD DEAL. LUCK IS WHEN PREPARATION MEETS OPPORTUNITY!
I said no this month. When's the last time you said what you really wanted to say? No. I said no this month and yes to myself. I'm doing a little bit reworking on my programming and so using this time to bring back some of the most popular episodes from the archive. Now, this particular one is about saying no. You might need to say no to request for your time, to borrow your work, to borrow your materials, or even just wanting someone invading your personal or office space with an in person meeting. Here's the thing. No is a complete sentence, but sometimes that doesn't feel just right. So to help you to prepare for the inevitable, grab the download and get your best no face on. No is a complete sentence. Hello, and welcome to the travelling introvert. Today I want to talk about, and I've talked about this before, but saying no and how to do it the right way it's super easy to feel guilty and want to avoid conflict or simply want to make other people feel good. However, if you don't say no, it can consume your whole life on how other people react and you might get stressed because of other people's happiness. Your happiness is kind of more important. So, in fact, saying no more often is crucial to come to your goals and aspirations. And actually, it's something that I've struggled with the past couple of weeks where I wanted to say no and I wanted to set boundaries. I found it incredibly hard and so this has been helpful to me. No is not always a negative. Behind every no, there's also a yes. So what I mean is, when you say no, you're also saying yes to another opportunity that can better serve you in your life. Just because you're saying no doesn't mean like no right now and no forever. Saying no means that you're committed to your values and goals and your boundaries. And you can always say yes without considering everybody. It's fine. The sad truth is, you will always need to think about yourself first. Establish and stick to your boundaries. The only person you are responsible for is yourself and you can't expect others to know what you need. If you don't speak up, say something practice, assertive communication. Always speak up about your boundaries. And don't be afraid to let others know if they can't respect your boundaries, you don't need them, they're only going to hold you back. You're only going to feel guilty and resentful on a whole bunch of other things which will just get you down and have you feeling overwhelmed. And I know it's not that easy. So finding the right words is hugely important. You don't just say no. There are other ways to let people know why you can't do it. Suggest an alternative or provide a reason why you can't do it. Let them know that it doesn't work with your schedule or your timing is wrong. The more you can communicate and the more information you can give them. As far as I'm not doing this because of X, Y and Z, we'll stop them asking you again, but not in a bad way. If you are like, I can't do this on Mondays, then I'll ask you for Tuesdays instead. So setting the right boundaries and using the right words are really helpful. Take the personal out of it. In other words, you're not saying no to the person asking, you're simply saying no to the activities that they want you to do. Often people don't say no because they're afraid to offend the person. However, not being fully honest with yourself isn't fair on them either. Instead, realize it isn't about the person, but rather what they asked for. More likely than not, they'll understand why you are respectively declining their request. If you're always saying yes to people and activities that you don't enjoy, then you're not really being you. You're not really living your life. You're living the life you think other people expect from you. And is that really what you want to do? Yes. You might be avoiding conflict, but you will easily create more by being dishonest with yourself and the people around you. A vague yes versus a firm no can be seen as more harmful, as your lack of commitment and poor attitude are noticeable. And it means people can't rely on what you say, and that's something really important. Seeming wishy washy isn't a great thing. Knowing when to say yes and when to say no or when to say, let me check my schedule, let me check my calendar, let me get back to you within the next 24 hours. Whatever it might be is far better than being like, yeah, I guess it just doesn't work. So in the end, saying no allows you far more control and ease and less stress with your life and will help you accomplish more. It's not about making others feel unwanted. It's not about being rude. It's about ensuring you are using your time wisely and doing the things that you want to do and following the path that you want to go on and where you want to be and your goals in life. Once you find a balance that works for you, you'll never regret saying no because of reasons that you value in your life. Thanks for listening. This is Janice@thecareerintrovert.com helping you build your brand and get hired. If you have any questions that you want me to answer on the show, email me at email@example.com. Have a great rest of your week. Get your download here
Does your child know how to say no? Do you allow him to say it to you when it's appropriate? Abby's story about her son telling her no was a reminder that we need to not only allow our kids to speak their minds, but we also need to encourage it. Tell us!How have you helped your kids learn how to set boundaries? Do you struggle with boundaries? Email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "No means no."Mentions:Does Your Child Know How to Say No?4 Simple Rules for Consent for Kids from 3 to 23How to Not be a Pushover in 5 Kid-Friendly Steps7 Ways to Say No With GraceFree Printable: How to Talk to Your Teen About Peer PressureThis episode's show notes can also be viewed on this page on iMOM.com.Follow us: Instagram | Facebook | Pinterest | TwitterSubscribe to the iMOM Minute and get daily motherhood ideas, insight, and inspiration sent to your inbox.
They may say no. And that's ok...when our parents are aging and we try to talk them into a solution that truly is best for everyone they may be reluctant. Amy O'Rourke joined me on this episode and shone some light on taking care of your parents as they age. Their mindset is not the same as yours. And they are still your parents. Can you imagine your children showing up and trying to boss you around? Amy brought up a few things, that you may not have thought of, that could be from your parents point of view. They have concerns as they age too. They need your help not 'parental guidance.' Check out the full episode to learn how you can better aid your parents as they age and things change. Amy Cameron O'Rourke Author, The Fragile Years Owner, O'Rourke and Associates 407-948-9901 email@example.com Keep your mind sharp as you age with Neora EHT Brain Formula To find me on social media: Debbi-Jo Horton Join my podcast community
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Stuff, things, literally, simply . . . how often do you use these words when communicating with your team? “Naughty words” like these might be popping up in your speaking more often than you think, as I quickly learned during this week's podcast with Patricia Fripp! As an executive speech coach, Hall of Fame keynote speaker, and the first female president of the National Speakers Association, Patricia knows all the secrets for how manufacturing leaders can improve their speaking skills and find the magic words for inspiring action, creating well-crafted communications, and showcasing the best possible version of themselves and their organization. 0:45 – The best manufacturing leaders are the ones with the best communication 5:45 - “7% is what you say, 30% is how you say it, and 55% is how you look” – is there any truth to this? 8:00 - If your words are well crafted and well-delivered, you can change your organization 8:11 – In a busy industry like manufacturing, it can be easy to lose sight of the importance of words in our everyday lives 8:22 – When there's a miscommunication, leaders might assume the other person just didn't understand, but it's often an issue with words and phrasing 8:36 – “Stuff” is a rubbish word 9:00 – By being specific with your word choices, you inspire confidence and build credibility 10:00 – “If it weren't a thing, what would it be?” Use specific words to replace unclear words like stuff or things 10:30 – Specific communication is especially important when you're speaking to someone who doesn't speak English as their first language 11:57 – If it's not fruit, it's not a bunch! Use numbers and specifics instead 13:16 – When possible, use shorter sentences to communicate and keep your communications to one idea per sentence 13:40 – Speak with the aim of being remembered and repeated 14:20 – By taking a pause, you give yourself a chance to breathe and allow the other person time to process 15:11 – “Literally” and “simply” are also naughty words! 18:48 – To improve your communications, record yourself and listen to the words you frequently use 21:00 – Depending on their background and culture, people may express themselves differently 22:00 - To inspire commitment and quality, ask them if their work would be good enough to sell to their own mother 23:00 – Ask as an advocate for your audience 24:52 – Every leader needs to show the person they are beyond their position Connect with Patricia Fripp Website Fripp VT
Saying no to people pleasing isn't easy if you have lived a lot of your life in a way that is trying not to rock the boat. There is only so much we can do as humans. When you take on everything in your life as your responsibility, your body and mind pay the price. Today, I share with you why I'm wearing a hat for the first time I can remember (watch this episode on YouTube! Link below), and how saying “yes” sent me to the hospital. Now, almost seven years later I am still untangling the issues of my body enduring massive stress for years. How you can shift your mindset around saying yes to everything and start living life in a fully receptive, high vibe state! Guess what!! I'm on YouTube! Check it out here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdCAZmyoZPKSwyricKTERew I'd love to hear from you! Send me an email with your most victorious “I'm saying yes to me” story: firstname.lastname@example.org. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kelly-ann-pierce/support
We all want to get to the end of summer and feel like we made all the special moments for family time and had meaningful one on one time with our children and quality connection with our husband. Have you take time lately to really think about where you are spending your time. Is God calling you to show up more in this season of raising your children? Does that mean you need to say NO more so that it creates space for more Yes's spoken at home? We all know quality connection does happen when we are more intentional with our time. Let's make it about the small moments we can use, open up more time in our day, and create meaningful communication and connection during our time left this summer. Let's have less regret. Let's grow, Jennifer Your Family Connection Framework is waiting for you to bring it to your family and lay your foundation even stronger! Visit familyconnectionframework.com For more ways to connect in the small moments in easy and fun ways shop Togather™ for Family Dinner, Togather™ for Date Night, Placemats Togather™ Together and MORE! togathermoments.com Grab your FREE Togather™ for Road Trips at togathermoments.com/free. Print 16 "sticker" prompts for your summer road trips!
In this episode, Kimberly Cobb talks about her first drag queen experience at the Essie influencer event in Austin, shares her top 5 reasons of when you should say "no," *cough cough, Season 3* and more! Follow for weekly episodes of the "My Lips Aren't Sealed" podcast, where I discuss dating, fashion, entertainment, travel, pop culture, and more from my life! Thanks for listening! Support me by donating: https://cash.app/$kimberlycobbofficial Links & Resources: www.kimberlycobb.co/links Instagram: www.instagram.com/mylipsarentsealedpodcast TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@mylipsarentsealed?lang=en
What's something we as entrepreneurs constantly struggle with? Saying no. It's hard turning down a an opportunity, a booking, an amazing client, or additional money in your pocket. It's extremely hard. But what's more important? Your mental health, your time and energy, your brand direction. In this episode, Emma is diving deep with you about when and HOW to say no. Stay In The Know Want access to rad freebies, giveaways, wedding referrals, and so much more? Join our Facebook Group Follow us on Instagram Visit our Website Our Sponsors, Affiliate Links, and Discounts Speed Up Your Film Editing Process Today With Wedding Post House Use WGY to start your 30-day free trial with Merri today Use WEGOTYOU for 1 month free when you sign up to any paid Pic-Time Subscription Shop legal contract templates at The Legal Paige Use WEGOTYOU15 for 15% off at LensRentals
We hear our kids start using the word “NO” around the age of two. It's an act of control, testing limits and they know it's going to get a reaction out of you. Strangely it's also a word that we, as women, have a hard time using. It carries with it the fear of disappointment and of missing out. It can create social anxiety. It's only two letters but it carries power and control. In today's podcast I am going to share with you 3 reasons you are having a hard time saying NO and how to make it easier. Topics in this episode:Why centuries of women being submissive still has a cultural effect on our ability to say NO. Saying NO does not make you a bad employee, less of a team player or a bad manager The 3 most common drivers behind saying YES too much What does being a “good manager” really mean, if it's not being 100% available How to self-coach yourself to make saying NO, easier Show Notes & References: Schedule a free coaching call to learn how to start saying NO so you can create space and margin in your life. Click here to schedule your call: https://www.rebeccaolsoncoaching.com/book (www.rebeccaolsoncoaching.com/book) Don't forget to leave a rating and review to help spread this resource to other working moms!
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Subscribe to the Pod! https://anchor.fm/affirmationsforblackgirls/subscribe No means no and “No,” is a complete answer. Today, our host is sharing her journey to confidently saying No to loved ones. It truly takes practice to say no in a loving way that leaves both you and the person you're telling no feeling heard and loved. Let's dive a bit into Tyra's journey. This week's Affirmation is “I prioritize taking care of myself.” Recommendations of the Day: Split Nutrition https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09MSJ34R2?tag=onamztyramorr-20&linkCode=ssc&creativeASIN=B09MSJ34R2&asc_item-id=amzn1.ideas.34QYJBDUGN3AW Celsius Drinks https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07RYTR7PB?tag=onamztyramorr-20&linkCode=ssc&creativeASIN=B07RYTR7PB&asc_item-id=amzn1.ideas.34QYJBDUGN3AW Oreo Ice Cream Cones: https://go.magik.ly/ml/1k572/ GET THE DEALS! Get the Chase Freedom Card: https://www.referyourchasecard.com/18a/BSDJPE59PG Sign Up for Affirm: https://affirm.app.link/68N87aGAFqb Try Calm for 7 Days: https://www.calm.com/gp/57n9hp COMMUNITY CONNECTION FORM: https://forms.gle/m4AD2YaYbGhd8gEv6 Sign Up for our Newsletter! Shop the AFBG Merch! Send me a message: email@example.com Our P.O Box: TYRA MORRISON P.O. BOX 674 NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CA 91603 Please Rate, Review, and Subscribe to the podcast to always hear the latest affirmations from your favorite Black Girl! Follow Us on Instagram: Affirmations for Black Girls Insta Follow Us on Twitter: Affirmations for Black Girls Twitter
It used to be that you could just grin and bear it through the college-industrial complex. But academia has become so farcical and absurd that it probably needs to be avoided in as many cases as possible. The COVID hysteria and the mandates were the icing on the cake. Cameron Sorsby describes a plausible alternative to this soul-crushing machine.