These are vague... are you available to train a replacement anytime, even after your last day? Are you saying you'll be too busy to help prepare someone else or that you'll be busy helping with the transition? As with everything else in your resignation letter, clear and concise are the way to go.
Spot the Signs. You may receive this reaction if you're a high_ranking executive or director. These positions can be difficult to replace quickly, so it may be worth it to your company to tempt you to stay rather than letting you go without a fight. It can also happen if you have extremely specialized knowledge that would make it challenging to replace you. On the other hand, if you're in an entry_ or mid_level position, and someone could be hired into your position without much trouble, it's less likely your boss will put up a fight__and a counteroffer.