Can You Really Fulfill That Promise?

"Until you learn to say no, you only have half a life." - Anonymous Those of us working in nonprofits do not seek an easy way of life. We wish to make the world equitable and compassionate. We want to be of service, but the need for what we offer continually exceeds our means. Frequently, our limited resources require us to say, “No,” or at least, “Not now.” Yet, “no” is an infrequently used word in the nonprofit sector. When a client, boss, colleague or friend asks you to do something, do you tend to say “yes” before considering the consequences? Does this affect your outputs? How about your relationships? Do you later look back and recognize what you have wrought? Case in Point: Michael W


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