How many times have you said “yes” to things you didn’t really want to do?
I’m Angela M. Odom and I’ve developed the S.O.A.R success system to help women build their personal leadership skills to get promoted, progress in their careers and to thrive in their social environments.
I led hundreds of men and women when I served faithfully in the greatest Army on the planet for 27 years. I experienced a boat load of good, bad and ugly stuff as one could imagine. Now, I want to help you discover how to respond with a full body YES or a complete NO so you can avoid the pitfalls so many women who are in positions of authority, power, and influence encounter.
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Saying “yes” to too much causes physical and emotional stress, can damage relationships, and can leave very little time for self-care. That can result in rising blood pressure, poor health in general, and may cause you to fall ill. It’s a vicious cycle if you don’t put a stop to it.
Being in charge of when you say “yes” and when you say “no” is key to taking control of your life. Saying “no” in a calm, collected, and respectful way becomes more and more critical as you take on increasingly high levels of responsibility.