Saying "no" to requests you do not really want to do is a great way to reduce stress. Sometimes you are asked to do something that you simply do not want to do or is beyond your ability. It could be achieved for college at work, close friend or even your spouse. In many cases, your boss may be asking you to take on more work than you can actually handle. In such cases you may feel yes, but by doing so, the burden of the request begins. If the request is really something you just do not want to do, then frustration will inevitably creep in. If the work load becomes too large, there is a risk of accident. In both cases you will be stressed.
The best way to deal with such situations is simply saying "No". If your friends are constantly asking you to do something you do not want to do, then it's better to say no, then say yes and then be frightful. Feelings of frustration will only relate to your relationship. If they are true friends, they will understand. The point is that these so-called friends do not understand the question of whether they are the kind of friends you should have.
If your boss asks you to take on much more than you know you are able to cope with there are many ways you can say no. First, if the time is too dense, you can ask for more time. If extra time is not possible, you can ask for assistance; it is highly recommended that more resources be used to accomplish the task that exists in the relevant time frame. In any case, you need to be able to show the boss how much work you have on your album so that he is not just lazy. It is important to remember that sometimes there are unavoidable deadlines and things just happen. However, if the project is simply not reached, try to negotiate the time or resources needed to complete the project.