how to say. and look good doing it. You can’t do everything. Why say no?.
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how to say
and look good doing it
You can’t do everything
Irregular heartbeats Muscle tension and severe muscle pain Severe substance abuse Insomnia Heart problems Stroke Hypertension Extreme eating disorders Severe weight-gain or weight-loss Ulcers Severe depression Infertility Skin problemsEczema Psoriasis Ulcerative colitisCrohn's disease
Hair loss or early graying of hair
Problem remembering things Poor concentration Poor judgment Hypersensitive and extremely moody Able to see only the negative side of thingsConfused mind An urge to get away (isolate) from everyone / everything Sudden and unwarranted anger Getting irritated for the smallest of reasonsOverreacting to any situationLoss of confidence Eating too much or too little Sleeping too much or too little Sharp increase in alcohol / tobacco consumption Disturbed sleep, leading to a host of other problems Constant headache Severe digestive problems
High blood pressure Breathing problems
Feeling tired constantly (even when you wake up in the morning)
You can’t do everything
a different tool for a different situation
find your authentic voice
Be kind, honest
Just say no.
Derald Everhart, Program Analyst Office of National Programs
Blame the boss
My day job is taking all my time right now
It’s the boss?, ask for help prioritizing
David Kelly, Legislative Advisor, and Michael Arnold, Director, Budget & Program Management Staff
Make an offer
I can’t, but Carla can
Here’s what I can do…
Marco Ocadiz, Contract Specialist, Acquisition Branch, AFM
Jamie Wadzink, Special Projects Director, AFM
I would love to take that opportunity. Can it wait?
smooth it over
I really want to help and I’ll have time next week.
Keith Ware, Team Leader, Help Desk, OCIO
Buy some time
I need to check with the boss.
I need to check my schedule.
I need to think about how I might help.
I need to take a look at my current projects.
Jill Stetka, Program Analyst, Office of National Programs
Caird Rexroad, Associate Administrator
I’m really trying to take care of the projects I’ve already committed to at this point..
It’s not you, it’s me
I not comfortable performing that task…
I don’t think I have the right skills...
Joon Park, Director, Human Resources Division, AFM
Just do it.
When to say yes.