To be honest, for a long time, I had a problem saying "no." I genuinely love helping people. The problem with this is I taught people that I was secondary. Saying "yes" was unhealthy and stressful for me. It taught me that I had to be there for everyone but myself.
Essentially, I ran myself into the ground and nothing good comes from that! I had to discipline myself to say "no" even when I was available. It was hard! I like helping and serving. What I needed to learn was balance. I needed to learn to say "no" to some things and people so I could say "yes" to myself.
Let's face it. Some people, some places are not ready for you. AND THAT'S OKAY. When you hone your craft, invest in yourself, you are confident in who you are and what you have to offer. You know what you are worth.
Consequently, there will be people (and places) who will not be ready for you. They are stuck where they are or have not caught the revelation that they need to elevate themselves to where they are ready for you. What you have to offer is outside of their capacity
Wisdom moments with The Authority in Global Business Dynamics.