Say No With Grace
Sometimes you just need to say no – whether it’s to opportunities, commitments, social engagements, foods or people, you’ll need to say no without putting yourself in an awkward situation. Saying no is one of the most difficult things to do, but why? How can a two letter word be so powerful? It’s time to empower yourself to take control of your mind, overcome fear and doubt and realize, then reach, your true potential.
No matter the situation or circumstances, whether you’re saying no to a party or to a second glass of wine, saying no can be a very powerful thing. Each time you say no, you’re actually saying yes to yourself and your goals. It’s all about commitment – but a lot of time we fluctuate with what we truly want. Before any decision you’re struggling with in life, it’s important to answer these 4 questions:
- 1) What do I want?
- 2) Why do I want it?
- 3) How am I going to get it?
- 4) Am I willing to make the necessary sacrifices to get it?
When you have the answers to those questions, you’ll then be armed with a high level of commitment to yourself, which makes it so much easier for you to say no. When you’re saying no to others, you’re not being rude, you’re really asking others to support you.
So, let’s start here. You’re ready to jumpstart your new healthy lifestyle. You know that Americans are hooked on sugar and how harmful sugar can be to your overall health and well-being. Say no to that candy jar at work, say no to that piece of pie after dinner and say no to that candy bar. If you’re craving something sweet, instead – reach for SkinnyMe chocolate, delicious, premium Belgian chocolates that won’t hurt your health. Get started, learn more about SkinnyMe Chocolates here.