Are you a professional doormat? Do people constantly push you around to get you to help them? If so, author Damon Zahariades' best-selling instruction manual gives you useful techniques for saying no. Zahariades explains why you should speak honestly and directly about what you want to do and don’t want to do. This includes saying no when appropriate. He promises that the more often you say no now, the less often you’ll need to say it in the future.
About the Author
Lifestyle management expert Damon Zahariades has written several time-management and productivity books and produces the Art of Productivity blog.
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1 year agogood it is great
3 years agoGreat guidance especially facing the pushy requesters and the rude ones at office.
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