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It’s hard to say “no”. We often feel a sense of obligation and don’t want to offend anyone, or maybe we just feel bad. We don’t want to disappoint people.
While “no” can be a hard word to say, it’s the only tool we have for creating more time.
Yes fills time. No makes time.
But it’s not enough just to say no for the sake of saying no. We need to look at the deeper reasons for saying yes. When we say no to one thing, we essentially give ourselves the credits to say yes to something else.
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