No. Two letters. One complete sentence.
No. The word we loved to say as kids and have so much trouble expressing as adults.
No. The important boundary we set to protect our values, priorities, and deepest needs.
The solution to many challenges we face in our personal and professional lives is rooted in something called the Positive No.
The term Positive No originates with international mediator and negotiator, William Ury. One of the most important and regular book recommendations I make is for Ury’s Power of a Positive No. I have written about the Power of a Positive . . . [more]