If you are like me, you have probably read that you should learn to say no to others in order to increase productivity. This is a very good idea, but it is not enough.
In my opinion, there is more than one type of NO that we should learn to use. There is one we should avoid, one we should learn to use appropriately, and one that we need to use.
We don’t know how to use this word appropriately with ourselves or with other people. The result is that we end up saying NO when we should say YES and YES when we should say NO. Only when we learn to use NO correctly with ourselves can we apply it to other people.
My intention is to show you the distinction between the three types of NO and your adventure will be learning to use them properly.
Augusto Pinaud is a writer, a BestSeller Author in the US, UK, Germany, Spain and France. In another life I was a Lawyer in recovery and a former Technology Consultant and Salesman. My Passion is to Write. I have studied productivity and helping people with their productivity for the last ten years.
He is living in Fort Wayne, Indiana. I am married and has a little girl, a boy and two dogs who keep him company. He spends his day teaching his daughter and son things, writing and washing dishes, because he believes in what Agatha Christie once said: "The best time for planning a book is while you're doing the dishes."
He spends his days teaching his daughter, writing, and washing dishes, because he believes in what Agatha Christie once said: "The best time for planning a book is while you're doing the dishes."