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Dear <<First Name>>,

I hope that this message finds you well!

It seems that we all have too much to do (even over the summer!) and could benefit from saying no more often. In today's blog post, I outline some simple steps to do just that. 

Thanks, as always, for letting me share these thoughts with you every couple of weeks. I hope that you're finding them helpful. If there are topics you'd like to see covered in future posts, please let me know.

Happy (almost) June!


Elizabeth Odders-White

p.s. I had a heck of a time deciding when to put the word "no" in quotes in the blog post and when it leave it alone. If you have thoughts on how I might have made better choices, please send them my way!

Anatomy of a "no"


As promised, I’m wrapping up my two-post series on boundaries with a step-by-step guide on how to set them—or more specifically, how to say no. I know we’re all busy—thus, the need to say no!—so let’s dive right in.

The next time you’re presented with a request, how about giving the following steps a try?...

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