Some people have a hard time saying no. They feel guilty when they say no because they think the person will be offended and will most likely hate them for not doing what he or she wants. Okay, so how do you say no without feeling guilty?
Here are two things to know so you can say no without the guilt.
- Some people’s “cry” for attention is just to distract you. At every opportunity you give and every door you open, they walk right in to host a pity-party, perhaps cause confusion and raise doubts in your mind about what you are purposefully pursuing.
- Sometimes when you continuously save someone from the mess they nonchalantly and deliberately get into, you interfere with their destiny.
Nothing wrong with helping people, but listen to that still small voice and allow God to take them through a specific process so that they will know that He is God and He doesn’t share His glory!
How do you really say no without feeling guilty?Just say NO!
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Belinda Enoma is a Data Privacy and Security Consultant and Privacy Awareness Corporate Trainer with a unique combination of law and tech expertise. She is a global speaker, digital business builder, author, ordained pastor, conference host and mentor to women who desire to impact their generation. For bookings, click here