This course includes all you need to take back control of your life. This means that you can start to say Yes to the right things and No to the rest. And that means more time for what matters and less stress from what doesn't.
Do you need more time in your life to do the things you want?
I am willing to bet that time management is not giving you enough of an answer.
Focusing on doing things effectively, just means you get more things done. Learning what to say Yes to and what to say No to, means getting the right things done and achieving more... by doing less.
But do you find the tiny little word 'No' alarmingly difficult to say. If you worry that it sounds negative, that people won't like you, that you'll miss an opportunity, or that something will go wrong if you say No, then you need this course.
Because these fears mean that you are no longer in control of your life.
Learn when to say No and how to say No.
This course is delivered entirely as high quality videos delivered by author and professional speaker, Dr Mike Clayton. You will get unlimited lifetime access to 27 videos with nearly three-hours of high quality content. And I'll be adding more bonus videos from time to time too - which will appear, at no extra cost, in your course library.
Your 30-Day Guarantee
I am so confident that this course will change your life that I offer you an unconditional, no questions asked, full 30 day money-back-in-full guarantee.
Please compare this course...
... with other courses promising to teach you how to say No. I think you will find far more breadth, depth, and psychological rigour in this course. And if you enroll and you don't agree: there's always my 30-Day Guarantee.
Enroll for this course now, so you can start to regain control of your life straight away.
Business and Management Training that makes ideas simple; but not simplistic
Dr Mike Clayton is a business author and speaker. Since 2002, he has been helping professionals, managers and leaders to excel in their roles with personal effectiveness training.
“Fast paced. Content
rich. Valuable information.”
Now Mike puts a lot of his energy into translating his massively successful live business seminars into video course format.
“A very interesting and insightful seminar with lots of good
ideas. Mike is a very good presenter.”
Mike has written over a dozen books for major publishers like Wiley, Macmillan and Pearson, including: Powerhouse, How to Manage a Great Project, How to Speak so People Listen, Brilliant Time Management, and The YES/NO Book.
"Great communication is at the heart of all business; Mike's approach makes this accessible to everyone."
Mike's professional background prior to all this is 12 years as a project management professional with the London office of international management consultancy Deloitte. Prior to that, Mike had an academic career in Physics, working at the world renowned Schuster Laboratory of The University of Manchester.
StartHow to be Happy with No (7:05)
StartHow to Decide Yes or No: Six Tools to Help Make Your Decision (10:24)
StartHow to Decide Yes or No: Six Ways of Thinking about Any Problem (4:57)
StartHow to Make No Feel Easier (9:10)
StartHow to Say No (3:53)
StartHow to say No to Friends and Loved Ones (2:25)
StartHow to say No to your Customers (3:19)
StartHow to say No to False Assumptions (6:24)
StartHow to say No to Temptation (3:42)
PreviewHow to Get on with it: How to say No to Procrastination (7:43)
StartHow to say No in Negotiations (11:04)
StartMore Tips on How to Say No (4:35)
Frequently Asked Questions
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You should say 'yes' to this course
Like many people, I like being helpful. So my instinctive reply is usually 'yes' - even when that isn't the best answer. This course was a revelation to me. It's thorough, backed by research, explores why we say 'yes' when we should say 'no', and clearly explains how we can change that when it's right to do so. Halfway through the course, a charity collector rang the doorbell, asking me to donate £8.50 per month to a worthy cause. I used all the techniques to say a nice 'no' because I already support other charities. Instead of feeling pressured, we had a lovely chat about the challenges of doorstep fundraising!