- Being nice at work doesn't necessarily mean you're a pushover — but it can be hard to tell the difference.
- If you don't speak up at work, you likely have a hard time telling people "no" and are the go-to person to get last-minute projects done.
- The solution is to learn how to set proper boundaries by deciding what you'll no longer tolerate and practicing asserting yourself.
There's a pervasive stereotype that being nice at work means you're a pushover.
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