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Can You Say "No" at the Office and Still be a Team Player?

Saying "no" at work is easier said than done—especially when you want to prove yourself to your boss and co-workers. But in reality, it's ok to say "no" once in a while.

Click here to find out how.

Hi Reader,

Do you say "yes" to too many requests at work?

Unfortunately, your desire to be helpful may actually be hurting your career. And, too many "yeses" can overwhelm your workload and cause the quality of your work to suffer.

So what's the trick to saying "no" without hurting the team?

Click here for eight do's and don'ts.


Alisa Christopher
Winston Resources
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