One thing that drives me crazy is when people do things because they feel obligated not wanting to do it at all. Why do they do that to themselves? The answer is because they haven't learned to say "NO!" Today's book of the day, "The Power And The Art of Saying “NO!”: Regaining your inner peace and personal power by exercising the power of "No" by Astha Vaker is perfect for all of us to say no and feel good about it. Take a look.
The Power And The Art of Saying “NO!”: Regaining your inner peace and personal power by exercising the power of "No"
by Astha Vaker (Author)
Do you have problems
Does your life feel like it’s out of control? Do people always turn to you for a favor? Wonder how you get roped into things you really don’t want to do-with friends or family, at work, or even with pushy salespeople? Perhaps you feel like you have to say yes to everyone’s requests. Maybe you find yourself readily taking responsibilities for others’ feelings and problems. Or maybe focus so much on being loving and unselfish that you’ve forgotten your limits and limitations. Or perhaps it’s all of the above.
Refusing someone is rarely easy. Often, it is downright uncomfortable. But constantly saying “yes” cause anxiety, anger, stress, regret, and powerlessness feelings.
This book empowers you to break your debilitating yes habit with simple techniques and insights. This book is filled with research and timely scenarios that offer more ways to say “no” without feeling guilty or damaging your relationships.
You will discover how to:
1. Recognize when someone is manipulating you into “yes”.
2. Be ready with the words you need to refuse
3. Avoid being overcommitted, overworked and overwhelmed
4. Put an end to feelings of resentment or frustration
5. Make quality time for things you want to do
6. Establish and keep your boundaries strong
Harness the power of “No” and take back your life!!!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
I have spent a good 2 decades studying on areas related to human consciousness, brain plasticity, thought leadership, growth mindset, believe systems, eastern vs western philosophies and religions, Gnosticism, initiation, esoteric sciences, magick & alchemy, meditation, yoga and zen systems.
Recently I have started putting down my learnings and observations for anyone who would like to pursue on some form search for the real self or real purpose in life for i'm a keen believer in the possibility of human transformation and ultimate flowering is meant for all and not for a select few.
But I would like to focus my initial few books on some fundamental issues i see could help my below brothers and sisters.