- The joy of no
- No-Tips for all occasions
- How to set boundaries
- Fill-in-the-blank F*ckNotes
- The No-and-Switch, the Power No–and how to take no for an answer yourself
- And much more!
December 31st, 2019
I enjoy Sarah Knight’s book so much. Her blunt wisdom and practical techniques are approachable and relatable. I am working on being less of a “yes” person and one of the biggest things I have learned(and am still working on!) is that saying “NO” can actually help you say “YES” to the things that really matter to you.
In F*ck No, Knight offers practical ideas that can help you say “no” in a variety of circumstances while also being realistic about it which I really appreciated. Saying “yes” all the time sounds like a good thing, but then you just feel spread too thin and aren’t really there for the people and things that you really want to be prioritizing.
Her insights are the perfect balance of humor and useful tools to help work towards our own individual goals of setting boundaries in real-world situations. I got so much out this one and I highly recommend it!
Thank you to NetGalley and Little Brown for an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review.
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