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"No is a complete sentence" by Amy Eliza Wong, Executive Coach and Keynote Speaker

No Is A Complete Sentence

Can you imagine your world if this were true? It’s a practice for me. Sometimes “no” painfully means “yes,” and “yes” begrudgingly means “no.” Oh, and there’s: “No… kay.” It’s exhausting. I do a LOT of inner work and I’m crazy reflective of my mental and emotional experience. Interestingly, I have an pretty hard time setting boundaries. Truth be told, I would love to answer a flat out “NO” when that’s what I really wanted. But the thought of actually doing that makes me shaky. My heart seriously skips a beat. Why do I get so consumed in pleasing others? It all comes down to the story I’m believing about myself. It’s that simple. (In concept, not necessarily in practice!!) If I’m being a yes’er then I’m probably motivated to keep peace and make others happy.  What could possibly be wrong