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Summary: Boundaries: When To Say Yes, How to Say No

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Boundaries: When to Say Yes, How to Say No to Take Control of Your Life by Henry Cloud and John Townsend| Book Summary | Readtrepreneur

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Many of us misunderstand that saying no is bad and as a result, we say yes to far too many responsibilities, even those that are not ours.

This book Boundaries discusses how to set up our own boundaries, the importance of it, and how to overcome the various conflicts that come with boundaries. We will learn that everyone needs boundaries of their own and we must learn to respect the boundaries of others.

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“One of the most expensive things you could ever do is pay attention to the wrong people.” – Dr. Henry Cloud  

Some of us may be compliants, always conforming to the requests of others; while some of us may be the one overstepping the boundaries of others, intentionally or not.

Setting up boundaries and staying firm may not be easy, but it will make you a happier, more fulfilled person in the long run.

P.S. Learn how to improve your own life tremendously when you understand the true meaning behind setting boundaries for yourself and learning how to say no, or when to say yes. 

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Carriers and Access: the Role of Books and Libraries Through History

by Gregory Waksmulski

This work explores the relationship between books, libraries, authority and power in many societies over time. Both the relationship between books and libraries, and the relationship between information technology and society, are fundamentally consistent across human history. As carriers of information change, their libraries have changed physically and conceptually. As societies themselves change, concepts of power and authority also change. What thus changes is the use access and benefit of books and libraries.

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