IT’S OKAY TO SAY NO! by Robert Berry

Its_okay_book_cover_front_onlyIT’S OKAY TO SAY NO!
How to Push Past Your People-Pleasing Problems by Eliminating Fear, Self-Doubt and Negative Self-Messaging

Robert Berry didn’t deal with his stress until he was beaten down, banged up, and burned out. This book is his journey to freeing himself from the need to say YES by learning how to use the power of NO, which changed the quality of his life beyond his expectations.

  • Do you say YES when you really want to say NO?
  • Do you feel guilty when you tell someone NO?
  • Does saying YES cause you stress?
  • If these apply to you, you may be a People Pleaser!

Now is the time to use the power of NO to take control of your life.

Now is the time to eliminate the need to be accepted, and the fear of rejection because you can’t say NO.

Now is the time to get rid of your “yes stress.”


In “IT’S OKAY TO SAY NO!“, you’ll learn how to:

  • Face the fear of saying NO
  • Identify and eliminate negativity
  • Establish boundaries
  • Find the right compromise when NO doesn’t work
  • Say NO and mean it!

Take back your power and your life by shouting from a mountaintop, ITS… OKAY… TO… SAY… NO!

Robert Berry, AuthorFor almost two decades, my job in organizations was to identify and help fix problems that ended up saving them millions of dollars.

No matter where I worked, people were at the center of every problem as they often lacked the time, money or knowledge to do the job efficiently. The struggle to obtain those resources affected their behavior, interactions and performance.

Fascinated with people’s behavior in and out of the workplace, I realized there was a natural symbiosis between their professional and personal lives (i.e., things they do at home affect them at work and vice versa).

Over the years I struggled professionally to manage departments without enough funding to adequately perform the job. Personally I’ve struggled trying to find the time to balance work and family obligations, and to find the right resources to achieve my goals.

I started identifying my issues so I could learn how to overcome obstacles. For example, as a people pleaser I had a problem saying no, and wasted time on unproductive projects and people. I studied these problems thoroughly, and used this learning experience to become better at saying no, which I thankfully finally achieved!

My journey of self-improvement was the genesis behind writing and speaking about how people behave at home, at work, and in life in general. I hope that you join me in bettering myself so that you can become a better person as well.

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