Best 59 Say No Quotes To Inspire You Today

Say No Quotes

Here’s the best collection of 59 say no quotes. Saying no is probably one of the hardest things to do. These motivational quotes will inspire you about how to say no.

Say No Quotes

1. When you say NO, say it nicely! – Anonymous

2. Say NO nicely. – Anonymous

3. When you say NO, say it wisely! – Anonymous

4. You can say NO and at the same time say it nicely too! – Anonymous

5. Sometimes saying NO doesn’t hurt others, it’s the tone! Say it nicely. – Anonymous

6. I didn’t feel bad when you said NO to me, but it’s how you said it to me! You could have said it nicely! – Anonymous

7. Let’s end our conversation in a better way by saying NO, but nicely! – Anonymous

8. Thank you for saying NO nicely! – Anonymous

9. Let’s say No nicely! – Anonymous

10. It’s okay to say no. – Anonymous

11. Focusing is about saying no. – Steve Jobs

12. Sometimes no is the kindest word. – Vironika Tugaleva

13. Simplify your life. Learn to say no. – Anonymous

14. You can’t improve on saying nothing. – Golda Meir

15. Don’t say maybe if you want to say no. – Paulo Coelho

16. Tone is the hardest part of saying no. – Jonathan Price

17. Saying no can be the ultimate self-care. – Claudia Black

18. Coffee is a girl who never tells a boy no. – Andrew Smith

19. Learn to say no without explaining yourself. – Anonymous

20. It takes true courage and real humility to say no. – Ernest Agyemang Yeboah

21. If something is not a hell, YEAH!, then it’s a no! – James Altucher

22. You don’t have to accept things you are not okay with. – Anonymous

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23. You don’t have to accept things you are not okay with. – Anonymous

24. Say no to everything, so you can say yes to the one thing. – Richie Norton

25. You can be a good person with a kind heart and still say no. – Lori Deschene

26. If you want more time, freedom, and energy, start saying no. – Anonymous

27. You can say no if that is more truthful than a resentful yes. – Judith Lasater

28. Say no to the things that confine you to a life of mediocrity. – ATGW

29. The ability to say no is a tremendous advantage for an investor. – Warren Buffett

30. Always say no pun intended to draw attention to the intended pun. – Teju Cole

31. Saying no to something is actually much more powerful than saying yes. – Tom Hanks

32. When you say yes to others, make sure you are not saying no to yourself. – Paulo Coelho

33. Learn to say no; it will be of more use to you than to be able to read Latin. – Charles Spurgeon

34. You don’t have to stay committed to something just because you’re good at it. – Brittany Burgunder

35. If you believe that saying no will get you shot, well, what a fine way to go. – Peter Block

36. The courage to say no, the courage to say yes. Decisions do determine Destiny. – Thomas S. Monson

37. The art of leadership is saying no, not saying yes. It is very easy to say yes. – Tony Blair

38. Freedom comes when you learn to let go, creation comes when you learn to say no. – Madonna Ciccone

39. It’s only by saying no that you can concentrate on the things that really matter. – Scott Belsky

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40. The oldest, shortest words – ‘yes’ and ‘no’ – are those which require the most thought. – Pythagoras

41. There is nothing worse than doing nothing and saying nothing when your voice is needed. – Soledad O’Brien

42. It’s only by saying NO that you can concentrate on the things that are really important. – Steve Jobs

43. If you must say yes, say it with an open heart. If you must say no, say it without fear. – Paulo Coelho

44. When you say no to the wrong people, it opens up the space for the right people to come in. – Joe Calloway

45. Give yourself the permission to say no to anything that makes you unhappy or drains your energy. – Anonymous

46. It’s better to say nothing than spend 1,000 words or an hour speech saying nothing. Get to the point. – Richard Branson

47. Half of the troubles of this life can be traced to saying yes too quickly and not saying no soon enough. – Josh Billings

48. Part of the skill of saying no is to shut up afterward and not babble on, offering material for an argument. – Judith Martin

49. Just saying yes because you can’t bear the short-term pain of saying no is not going to help you do the work. – Seth Godin

50. Early on my journey I found developing the ability to say no expanded my ability to say yes and really mean it. – Susan Gregg

51. We must say no to treating ourselves, our health, our needs as not as important as someone else’s. We must say no. – Suzette R. Hinton

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52. One key to successful relationships is learning to say no without guilt, so that you can say yes without resentment. – Bill Crawford

53. No is a complete sentence and so often we forget that. When we don’t want to do something we can simply smile and say no. – Anonymous

54. It takes effort to say no when our heart and brains and guts and, most important, pride are yearning to say yes. Practice. – Cole Harmonson

55. No is a complete sentence. It does not require an explanation to follow. You can truly answer someone’s request with a simple no. – Sharon E. Rainey

56. Information overload (on all levels) is exactly WHY you need an ignore list. It has never been more important to be able to say No. – Mani S. Sivasubramanian

57. There are times in life when language fails us, when everything that needs to be said can be expressed only by saying nothing at all. – Simon Van Booy

58. I refuse to please others at the expense of my emotional well-being. Even if it means saying no to people who are used to hearing yes. – Anonymous

59. Serenity comes from the ability to say yes to existence. Courage comes from the ability to say no to the wrong choices made by others. – Ayn Rand

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