Most of us struggle with saying NO. For whatever reason that little two letter word can be the hardest one to say. Sadly if we don’t master the art of saying no, we pay the price. After a while we tend to either burn ourselves out or get so frustrated that we erupt and say things out of anger and frustration as opposed to calm logic.
Like most aspects of doing business, saying no is simply a skill set. Bree and Andrew share their own take on this topic and of course their own experiences. Not all are good - and that’s what this show is all about, sharing honestly in a way that will be relevant and practical for the small business owners listening in. So if you are one of those people who struggles to say no, this episode of the Business Over Breakfast show is for you.
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Authorville - https://authorville.com.au/
Andrew’s weekly INC column - https://www.inc.com/author/andrew-griffiths
Andrew’s Flying Solo column - https://www.flyingsolo.com.au/member/andrew-griffiths
With more businesses than ever operating from home, the concept of business isolation is very real. It’s become increasingly easy to get cut off from real human contact, spending days and weeks behind a computer without venturing out into the real world. And of course plenty of people are not physically isolated from day to day contact but they feel cut off and isolated emotionally. The end result is much the same and it’s not good.
In this episode Bree and Andrew talk about the business isolation, from their own personal perspectives. They also share what the real dangers are and of course, most importantly, what we can do about. This is a must show for anyone who is feeling cut off and isolated in their business.