Saying "no" to colleagues is a professional skill that requires practice, and the right mindset, Peter Bregman writes. You'll feel less guilty if you remind yourself that you're not rejecting the person, just his or her request. Be polite and appreciative, but push back against people who are persistent, Bregman writes.
Learning to say "no"
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