What’s the best way to keep yourself out of troubles?

No! I’m not going to tell some talisman that works pretty right on your situation to get you out of your trouble. I’m simply sharing this with my experience. The point here is how to avoid the troubles that may come in your way. There’s no talisman involved in it. It’s just a simple story!

Read the first word of this post…

Do you get the picture?

The best way you can avoid any of the troubles is a simple “No!” 

Almost all of us have strong intuition as regards to what may be right or wrong. If you never ignore your gut feeling, you will always be on the right track. If it’s a “no”; you sense some danger out there, be free to express your unwillingness. It won’t harm your “swag”, but it may be pivotal in decreasing the troubles.


22 thoughts on “What’s the best way to keep yourself out of troubles?

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  1. fantastic himanshi .. yes “No” is a complicated word which people do not use it at appropriate situation .
    saying no is an art and many people hesitate to say no when they have to and then suffer.
    and yeah inka swaggggggggg level to 999999999999 pe rehti hain .. hahaha

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  2. The words “no” and “why” are a human’s greatest defence. One implies that they don’t wish to be party to something while the other questions things we don’t fully understand. With those two words you always have a choice to defend yourself in situations that don’t feel right. They might well be the most powerful words a person can use.

    Thank you for getting my cogs turning 🙂

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  3. Thank you Himanshi for your interest in my blog. I am very impressed with your blog and I agree with you that the word “no” definitely can keep folks out of a great deal of trouble. Very wise words.

    Thank you again and I look forward to future posts.

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  4. I like the simple truth here. But if a person has trouble saying no, and is uncomfortable or unsure, he or she can say, Wait. Let me get back to you on that. But “No,” can work just fine.

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