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What are you talking yourself out of because you believe the answer will be no? I, like you receive my fair share of no’s but the yes’s have been worth the effort. When no shows up, it could mean not now or you could simply say to yourself “next!” | Fairygodboss
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Anytime I've ever asked for anything at all in the workplace I've been told no, so after a while I just kept my mouth shut because I figure I don't matter enough for anyone to actually listen to me.
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I totally understand how those collective experiences could leave you feeling as though it’s not worth it to ask. If you’re positioning the ask properly and are feeling as though you deserve better and/or more, is it worth to occupy a different seat?
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One of my favorite things to tell my team - “You do not have because you have not asked”. Love this!
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I’m so with you Caroline. I have posts coming along those same lines..thank you!!