October 7

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The Problem with Saying “Yes”

By TicoandTina

October 7, 2013

31 days, evergreen

Much advice has been given on not holding back, on saying “yes” to trying new things, doing more.

It’s easy to feel guilted into doing more when opportunities to do good things present themselves.

I mean, how can you say “no” to doing good, and to good opportunities?

The seldom-considered reality, though, is that when you say “yes” to one thing, inevitably you are saying “no” to something else.

Many times, keeping this in mind helps to bring clarity to decisions.

yes-and-no

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