The Power of “Yes” and “No”
Arguably one of the first words we learn as children is “no,” and shortly thereafter, the power of this word.
Years later, we forget the power. We aim to please and therefore, often get talked into things that we either have no interest in or worse, have no time for. Remember the power of this word. And keep in mind that you shouldn’t worry yourself with what others think of you and your involvement.
Next, remember the power of yes. Now, we realize this seems contradictory to our last point but hear us out. Say yes to the things that you label “too hard” or you have a fear of failing. Those are the things worth your time and effort, because it’s those things that will change you for the better.
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