A couple of weeks ago I explained why saying "yes" all of the time can be a bad thing for you and a bad thing for your business in How To Say No! - Part One.
When you say "yes" to something you are committed to seeing it through even though you may have rushed into it and not considered all of your options.
This week we want to help you to learn how to say no in a positive way so that both you and your customer walk away satisfied.
When you first startup in business it's all about saying "yes".
You've already said a huge "yes" to taking a big risk by actually starting your business and that's a great example but as your business gets underway you may start saying "yes" all too often when really you should be saying "no" or at the very least "maybe"...