Do you often tell people “yes” when you wish you would’ve said “no”? Are you afraid to say “no” to overtime at work? Feel uncomfortable turning down an invitation to a social event? Can’t say “no” when asked for money, clothes to borrow, books to loan? The stress of “yesomania” – always saying “yes” – can take a toll on your health, your relationships, your job and your finances. Learn simple yet effective techniques and exercises in protecting your boundaries and beginning to say “no” – without losing sight of your goals.
Time: Wednesday, October 12 · 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Location: 244 West 54th Street (btw Broadway and 8th Ave), Suite #602
Admission:$20 - register before Friday, October 7, 2011
– if you register after October 7, 2011
How to register: RSVP to [email protected]om with the number total number of guests attending and you will be billed via PayPa
What will the workshop do for you?
- Give you more control over your time and resources
- Give you tools to overcome the stress associated with saying “no”
- Help you to understand what prevents you from saying “no” and what stands on the way of “yes”!