Ep 38: Allie Casazza - It's OK to Say No | Knowing Your Seasons

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While there are seasons where we can say yes to everything, there are also seasons where we have to say no. And those seasons are just as valuable! Sometimes saying no is a much better option than saying yes, even when it feels really hard.

Allie Casazza is married to her junior high algebra partner and is mom to their four young kids. She is the founder and host of The Purpose Show podcast, and creator of Your Uncluttered Home - an online decluttering course that has earned her national attention for her philosophy of simple motherhood and simple living. She is all about helping you live a more purposeful and intentional life rather than trying to have more, do more, and be more. She has really learned how to navigate speaking engagements through seasons. Right now, she is in a  season where she is saying really protective of what she says yes to. And I love that! Through our conversation, she pulls back the curtain and shows us why she says no but more so she walks us through how important her no is when she is looking at the season to come.

Episode takeaways you don’t want to miss:

  • If you are in a season of saying no to speaking, there is still so much you can do from your home to reach your audience and increase your business.  

  • Saying no gives you the space both mentally and emotionally to accomplish the goals you have right now, in order to set your next season up for success.

  • Looking ahead at the next season of your life and business will tell you how you should be responding to opportunities that come in the current season you are in.

  • How to fully embrace your no knowing that you are setting up your future yes’s to be stronger.

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