No is a complete sentence | Lessons from Coaching | PUSH the Envelope™
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No is a complete sentence and requires no explanation or rationalization.

"No" is a complete sentence. No explanation or justification is needed. 

Women seem to be more impacted than men on this one. We tend to say more than "no" to get people to understand our position. Like if we don't offer explanation we'll be thought less of.

But "No" means "No". Say it. Mean it. Move on. 

If somebody needs more than that, bite your tongue. 

There's so much more you can do to strengthen your communication.  

Laura Hess

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