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A decent turn down: Thank you kindly for letting me audition for you. At this time, I must decline the role. I hope to have another chance to work with you in the future. Short, simple, no apologies, leave on an upbeat note.
Manage expectations early on. Don't make them wait too long. Be honest if you're considering other applicants as well. Give an honest feedback on why they were not hired. Encourage them to apply for other positions. Ask them feedback regarding your recruitment process. Connect with them on social media.
It is always OK to turn down a role. There is, however, a time when it is not OK to accept work and that is when you are already booked to do something else, no matter how trivial. Your word is your bond. Actors are freelancers, meaning they are free to do whatever they want.
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Rejection Email Message Without a Reason I appreciate the time you spent meeting with me to discuss the job. It was a difficult decision, but I will not be accepting the position. I would, again, like to express my gratitude for the offer and my regrets that it did not work out.
If you want to decline a job offer due to salary, be honest but diplomatic. If you've received another, more generous offer, avoid mentioning the details of the job you're accepting. Instead, focus on what you liked about the position you're turning down and end on a positive note.
You will not burn a bridge just because you decline a job offer. Tell the employer as soon as you're sure of your decision. It's okay to decline the job in an email, but a phone call is better. You should give a reason, but it can be vague. Thank them for their time.
If the favor you did was minor and the amount of money offered is similar to the value of the favor, then you are mostly free to say no (unless they really, really insist.) Be honest — "it was nothing", "you don't owe me anything”, "I did it because you're a friend", "I'm sure you would do the same for me”, etc.
Keep it short. [Read: How to Lend Money to Family and Friends.] Be polite. Start a foundation. Know what you can afford to give. [Read: What to Know Before Gifting a Down Payment.] Be firm. Offer advice instead.
To receive gifts gracefully, try saying something like, That's so nice of you. I really appreciate it, to express your gratitude. It might be tempting to deny the gift if you feel like you don't deserve it, but always accept it, since this will make the other person feel better.
When talking to the giver is not possible, you should write a letter. Do not forget to thank the giver for the gift and his/her thoughtfulness. Be very careful not to embarrass the giver. Express your reasons clearly and carefully why you have to decline the gift and show your regret in doing so.
Say "thank you". Any present is worth a "thank you." React to the thought of the gift. Appreciate the intention. Ask questions. Lie if you are comfortable lying. Tell the truth if you're close. Defer questions.
Decide how important repayment of the loan is to you. Get the terms of the loan written down, signed and notarized. If the relationship is more important, think of the loan as a gift. If a loan is unpaid, don't let the issue sit around unresolved.
Other ways to say no when someone asks to borrow money: I wish I could help you out and I love you but a $500 loand is not in my budget. I know how hard it is for you to ask to borrow money, and I'm honored that you trust me with this. But I'm sorry. I can't lend money to you.
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