Don’t you wish you were better at saying “no” to all those extraneous requests for a bit of help at work? Every business owner and professional I know is struggling with their own workload, yet they let themselves get signed up for other people’s work, either out of frustration that things aren’t getting done, or guilt, or just plain sympathy. It’s time to stop jeopardizing your own future.





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Written by pvariel
1056 days ago

Hey Martin,

I could very well relate to this type of situation in my life and faced a lot of delay with my own assignments. Your suggestion to overcome this type of dilemma is worth notable, yes, our polite excuses will help to overcome such situations. Thanks for sharing.

I am here via BizSugar where I found this curated and I upvoted and commented.

Thanks

Philip

PS: In fact, the above comment I tried to post on your site, but could not do as the comment box there is Google's so it is giving some trouble. Please change the comment box, so that your readers can comment easily. Have a wonderful weekend.

THanks

Philip



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