No is a Beautiful Word: Hope and Help For the Overcommitted and Exhausted (Occasionally)
: If a person has extra time, nothing to do, and finds themself looking for ways to fill their empty days...this book is definitely not for them. No Is a Beautiful Word is designed and crafted for people whose...
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If a person has extra time, nothing to do, and finds themself looking for ways to fill their empty days...this book is definitely not for them.
No Is a Beautiful Word is designed and crafted for people whose plate is full, whose margin is thin, and whose life feels overloaded. They are looking for help, relief, and wisdom to navigate the countless options that life offers on a daily basis.
This book is needed by people who:
Go to bed with a "To Do" list that never seems to get totally done. Kindly say, "Yes" and secretly regret it five minutes later. Feel pain and live with guilt when they have to say, "No." Were taught that "No" is a dirty word. Believe that saying "No" is a sign of weakness. Feel trapped by unwise past commitments. Want to say "Yes" to what matters most in life but are too exhausted. Know that their life is out of balance and are seeking to fix it!
It will be valuable for:
Leaders who have a tough time making the hard decisions because they fear hurting someone's feelings. Executives who feel over extended and pressed to the edges of their capacity. Parents who feel overworked and under appreciated. Students who are trying to balance the intensity of school, work, and their relational world. Retired people who find themselves saying, with subtle humor but aching regret, "I am more busy now than I have ever been!" Single people who go to bed at night exhausted because the day left no margin and offered no oasis of peace. Married people who love their life but secretly dream about time to play, space to relax, and taking a nap.
No Is a Beautiful Word is designed to be read briskly, chewed on thoroughly, and acted on practically. The chapters are brief by intention. They range from one paragraph (that's right, some chapters are only a few sentences long!) to four pages.
The goal of this book is give people clear concepts, paint a picture of what it looks like to live out the idea, and then move on to the next thought. The vision is to help people learn to say "No" to the things that don't matter (or don't matter as much) so they can say "Yes" to the things that bring life, hope, peace, and lasting meaning.
- :introductionthe Buffet Prefacea Thousand Nossection One Welcome To The World Of Nochapter 1no Definitionchapter 2every Yes Is A Nochapter 3every No Is A Yeschapter 4no Is A Beautiful Wordchapter 5the Joy Of Nochapter 6god Nochapter 7positively Negativesection Twoknow Your Noschapter 8not All Nos Are Created Equalchapter 9no, Never, And Don’t Ask Me Againchapter 10no, But Maybe Some Other Timechapter 11no, But I Know Someonechapter 12no, But I Have An Ideachapter 13no, But I Am Flatteredchapter 14no, And Can I Give You Some Advice? Chapter 15no Thank Yousection Three Picking Your Noschapter 16spare Your Nos Chapter 17strategic Noschapter 18scary Noschapter 19dangerous Noschapter 20no Stalling Chapter 21no To The No Monstersection Fourno Strategychapter 22no Marginchapter 23no Pie For Youchapter 24no Gutschapter 25hard Nos (amazing Opportunities)chapter 26your Life Will Be Defined By Your Noschapter 27no Morechapter 28no Moralitychapter 29telling Me Nochapter 30telling You Nochapter 31heavenly Nochapter 32big Nossection Fivecritical Noschapter 33no Temptationchapter 34no Bodychapter 35no Seductionchapter 36no Boundarieschapter 37no Eyeschapter 38no Wordssection Sixno Resultschapter 39no Honestychapter 40no Noschapter 41no Apologieschapter 42no Funchapter 43no Waychapter 44no Priorities Chapter 45no Limitschapter 46no Understandingchapter 47the Freedom Of Nosection Seven The Freedom Of Yeschapter 48thoughtful Yeschapter 49reflexive Yeschapter 50yes Habitschapter 51god Yesclosing Thoughtsfeasting On The Yes