tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-830314317253800110.post3368417440469072518..comments2013-01-25T09:25:42.123-05:00Comments on The Corey Woods Blog: 5 Ways To Say No Without Feeling GuiltyCorey Woodshttps://plus.google.com/117047958091626039459noreply@blogger.comBlogger2125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-830314317253800110.post-44611567082813341722013-01-25T09:25:42.123-05:002013-01-25T09:25:42.123-05:00Thank you for your lovely comment. I will certainl...Thank you for your lovely comment. I will certainly check out your link. :)<br /><br />CCorey Woodshttp://www.blogger.com/profile/00876225012409394576noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-830314317253800110.post-13952938750683009902013-01-16T16:58:20.744-05:002013-01-16T16:58:20.744-05:00Corey, I was very happy to see that you treat sayi...Corey, I was very happy to see that you treat saying No as a skill that can be learned. Another tip I give people is to think back when they were told No and examine how they felt. Most people realize that it is fine to get a NO from someone. Changing their perspective on how others will look at them for a NO answer can be very freeing! <br /><br />Arla http://sayingnowithoutfeelingguilty.com/blog/Arla DeFieldhttp://sayingnowithoutfeelingguilty.com/blog/noreply@blogger.com