07 June 2015

How do you say “no” to people who want to pick your brains?

If you get a lot of people who want to “pick your brain”, perhaps offering to do so over a coffee instead of offering to buy a consultation, Marie Forleo has pretty much nailed it. Sure, there are times we are all happy to catch up with someone on a semi-social basis, but there are other times, which tend to be the majority, where you really are being used. So how do deal with these requests? Check out Marie’s video for some pretty cool ideas – all of which seem pretty reasonable to me.

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