Ten reasons why women say NO to men

If a woman says NO to a man’s invitation to have a cup of coffee together, he should not give up and all the same keep on making acquaintances with women. It is important for men to foresee refusals from women and try to evade them. Here are the ten popular reasons that make women turn down men’s invitations and nullify their attempts to get acquainted.

1. Selfishness and hatred of men. The modern big city society, both men and women, are awfully anxious about their own lives only and do not care about other people’s feelings. They believe their sexual attractiveness must be sold at the highest price. Women of the type love to humiliate men and make them feel ill at ease.
2. Man’s looks betray he is short of cash. Women pay particular attention to men’s financial status. So, those males who look like having not enough money stand a poor chance of getting YES to their invitation for a cup of coffee. Men should better seek acquaintance with women who look as well-to-do as they are.
3. She is not alone. A woman may turn down other men’s invitations in case she already has a partner and wants no more acquaintances.
4. She is a sophisticated coquette. A great number of women with low self-appraisal and also married women belong to the category as it is important for them to know they are sexually attractive and to get confirmations of it. They may behave as if they would not mind to get acquainted with new men but in fact they do not at all plan to date them. These women just need to flatter their pride and feel their superiority.

5. She has some emotional problems (may be she is a hysterical girl?). This is a category of women who once dealt with mean men and who are absolutely sure that males are the cause of all troubles in the world. Such a woman will turn down your invitation just because you are a male and for no other reason.
6. Man’s first step in getting acquainted was wrong. Some women like strangers clap them on the back and say ‘Hi, babe’ while others treat the manner as brazen impudence and will try not to deal with you even if finds you attractive. So, men should mind woman’s social status and education to choose a proper approach for getting acquainted with her. An approach suitable for a market seller will not work with a doctor or a teacher.
7. A bad moment for acquaintances. A woman may turn down man’s invitations owing to circumstances beyond the man’s control. Probably she has some serious problems at home or in the office, or she feels bad and realizes that she looks not very nice on this particular day. But for the troubles she would have probably said YES to your invitation.
8. She is probably still suffering from breaking up with her previous partner. If a woman invited for a date says she wants no dates and needs some time to look into herself it means she is still suffering as has recently broken up with her partner. She wants no new romances. In this case, first try to become friends with her and probably later the relations will become more romantic.
9. You are too diffident. Women will never agree to date men who look absolutely diffident and dumb when making attempts to get acquainted. The best thing a diffident man can expect in this situation is winning the status of a friend. Men must be confident but never rude or familiar when striking up acquaintances with women.
10. A woman just does not like you, that’s all. And nothing can be done in this case. Tastes differ.
Men should remember that the success of their attempts to get acquainted with women depends upon them in some case. This is first of all their own behavior. Do not give up if a woman says NO. You may be more successful when grow more experienced.

Source: Upper West Media

Why women should say ‘No!’ more often


Many women are wired to say “yes.” That need to be all things to all people at all times. We pride ourselves on being exceptional multitaskers, who can exist on very little sleep, and have no limits to how much we can accomplish in a single day. We truly believe we are Wonder Woman: We can do it all — and do it all by ourselves.
(Sure, some men have a problem saying no but since the cave days when men were hunters and women were gatherers, women have been the ones who tend to find “no” the most elusive.)

Women say “yes” to so many things that we get overloaded, overwhelmed, and feel deeply under-appreciated. Spreading yourself too thin in the workplace and assuming an unrealistic amount of additional responsibilities is one of the fastest ways to kill a career.
Surprisingly, toddlers actually possess the key to success. That’s right, that little monster running your life holds the key! Toddlers have the innate ability to say “no” — willingly, freely, and frequently — to almost anything without reservation or hesitation.
It’s time to take a lesson from the “terrible twos,” and embrace the power of a single two-letter word. Here are five benefits to saying “No!”:
1. Greater clarity. When you say “no” to extraneous activities and commitments, it provides greater clarity and allows you to discover what’s really important. Saying “yes” when you really want to say “no” causes confusion not clarity. Trust that when you say “no,” you’re really saying “yes” to a greater opportunity that’s more aligned with your expertise, goals, and values.
2. Deeper connections. Developing quality relationships is not only important in our personal lives, it’s imperative to the success of our professional lives. Saying “no” to insignificant and unrelated activities allows us to concentrate our efforts on creating meaningful relationships and an effective network with the people that mean the most.
3. More balance. Success is measured not only in the workplace, but also in life. As much as we would like to compartmentalize our lives and keep our work and home lives separate, we can’t. They’re all connected. Committing to fewer obligations enables you to relax, to enjoy more time with family and friends, and to get energized by those activities that bring you joy and feed your soul.
4. Increased confidence. Saying “no” and setting clear and intentional boundaries increases your confidence in the workplace. It elevates your authority and people take you seriously. Instead of being perceived as easy to manipulate and overly eager to please, people recognize your authority and respect your decision-making. Stand firm, stay confident, and say “no.”


5. Faster success. Saying “no” appropriately and professionally empowers you to expedite and streamline your career path. You can reach your goals faster, more efficiently, and gain greater respect by eliminating, or reducing, the number of irrelevant and time-consuming activities you pursue.
Though we can’t throw a tantrum like a toddler, we can fully embrace the power of saying “no” when it’s connected to conscious, intentional, and mature decision-making. Be confident in your convictions, and you’ll discover the opportunities and actions that truly merit a “yes.”
Ready to try it? OK, 1 … 2 …

Source: Upper West Media

22 ‘corrupt’ judges head to court to place injunction on showing of Anas video

Barristers wig on legal book beside spectacles

A 5 member panel put together by the Chief Justice and headed by a Supreme Court judge to look into the matter, started its sitting on Thursday September 10, 2015. The video was shown to the accused judges after which they were given the opportunity to respond. They have already been asked to submit written responses about the accusation leveled against them and some have consulted their lawyers to help them write the appropriate response. Upon watching the video, the judges some of whom appeared shocked said they would go to the High Court for an injunction to be placed on the public viewing of the 3 hour video scheduled to be shown on September 22, 2015. Whereas some appeared unperturbed by the video, others were in total shock with facial expressions showing deep ‘remorse’. Ace investigative journalist, Anas has been granted immunity from prosecution or civil action by the Chief Justice, should any of the accused persons attempt to take him on legally.

Source: Upper West Media