Edit Your Life Episode 21: Saying Yes To Saying No
Inspired by a Fast Company article offering the perspective that being overextended is a choice, in Episode 21 of Edit Your Life, Asha and I share 9 tips to help you master the fine art of SAYING NO. Because while there are some things in life that are essential, a lot of things truly are optional. It’s your life, your choices -- we all have the power to identify the things that are important to us, and to make room for those things, in whatever ways we can.
It's super easy to listen right through this blog post (press the play button in the podcast player below) or via an app on your device (e.g., the Podcasts app for iPhone or Stitcher, Podcast Addict, or Pocket Casts for Android).
If you're not seeing the Soundcloud player, you can listen to Episode 21 directly on Soundcloud.
And here are links to things/people/resources we mentioned during the podcast:
- Minimalist Parenting
- The Many, Many, Many Things You Should Say No To at Work by Kristin Muhlner, CEO of NewBrand Analytics (the article that inspired this episode)
- Derek Sivers, former CEO of CD Baby (if it’s not a hell yes, it’s a no!)
- Edit Your Life Episode 8: Finding Your Fringe Hours (if it’s not a heck yes, it’s a no!)
- Edit Your Life Episode 6: Serendipity Space (figure out how to create serendipity space in your schedule)
We want to hear from you!
Tell us how you have said no via your favorite social profile with the hashtag #EditYourLifeShow and let us give you a fist bump, or possibly a unicorn. You can also find us on the Edit Your Life Facebook page, or e-mail us at email@example.com. If you found our show helpful, we’d be so grateful if you’d leave a review on iTunes!
Interested in becoming an Edit Your Life episode sponsor?
We’ve got an awesome range of lifestyle/parenting/productivity topics in the queue for future episodes. If you’d like to discuss episode sponsorship, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org!
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