Ending Indoctrination: Learn to Say NO


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  • Date: 8/28/2019 07:50 PM
  • Location: Telok Ayer Street, Singapore (Map)
  • More Info: (Exact address will be provided after booking)

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(Usual Price: $26) 


Why is it so hard to say ‘no’? Where does the ‘Disease to Please’ come from? Why is it so hard to kick? What methods are best for saying ‘no’?

Our personal values are formed from cultural and traditional inputs, a way of mass indoctrination.
We have been taught to be polite and be nice to people. Too nice sometimes.
Pleasing others, and always saying ‘yes’ when you don’t really want to, can leave you feeling resentful, over-burdened and emotionally cluttered.  


Thus, this talk explores how to say NO: to work, colleagues, family, friends, neighbours, partners, children, spouses, even complete strangers, and unwanted phone-callers and door-steppers, in a way that is both assertive and effective.

Conversely, how do you know when you really want to say ‘Yes’? Can you say ‘no’ and then change to ‘yes’?

At root, this talk will focus on helping you identify where you say ‘no’ too readily, and how to find the things you really want to say ‘yes’ to.

Also, it will knock guilt, obligation, ought and should on the head and help you learn how to really please yourself.


Speaker's Profile:

Ruchi Parekh is an Associate Certified Coach certified by the International Coach Federation focusing on Life and Executive Coaching, Professional Development and Career Coaching with Leadership Development. 

A lawyer by profession and having practiced in India and in Hong Kong, she has a deep sense to do something more meaningful, helping people more directly and driving towards that passion, she decided to embark on the journey of becoming a Life Coach.