Success today #320

​SAY NO OFTEN. 


Successful people are better at saying “no” than you are.

The difference between successful people and very successful people is that very successful people say no to almost everything.
The key is simply figuring out what to say “no” to, then doing it.

Here are three things you must say no to. 
1.Say “No” To Doing It By Yourself
“Whatever you do in life, surround yourself with smart people who’ll argue with you.”

– John Wooden

Take a look at your social circle.
Are your ideas ever challenged by your friends or coworkers?
Do the people around you ever expect you to do more? Do they push you hard,  beyond your limitations? 
If not, then it’s time to start saying “no” to people who only agree with you. Find challengers. Find people who will push you to become better.
Say “no” to your comfort zone and start growing.
2 Say “No” To Rushing.
This is what Paulzine,  my friend calls ” Stability “. 
If you don’t have time to do it right, when will you have time to do it over. 
It’s easy in today’s world to say “yes” to tasks, ideas, and opportunities that we should be saying “no” to.
Instead, learn to say “no” to additional opportunity which crushes your productivity, and say “yes” to quality.
You’ll begin to earn more as your work outshines those around you. You’ll begin to find focus which will provide clarity and motivation. You’ll feel proud of what you create and gain confidence in what you do.
But first, you have to say “no”.
Try it right now. Say “no” to 5 things you’d normally say “yes” to and use that time to work on a project that matters to you.
Experience the results for yourself.
It’s easy in today’s world to say “yes” to tasks, ideas, and opportunities that we should be saying “no” to.
Instead, learn to say “no” to additional opportunity which crushes your productivity, and say “yes” to quality.
You’ll begin to earn more as your work outshines those around you. You’ll begin to find focus which will provide clarity and motivation. You’ll feel proud of what you create and gain confidence in what you do.
But first, you have to say “no”.
Try it right now. Say “no” to 5 things you’d normally say “yes” to and use that time to work on a project that matters to you.
Experience the results for yourself.
3. 

Say “No” To The Pressure Of Being Someone Else

How much of your life right now is lived trying to be someone else?
How often do you change your mind about things you were so certain about?
Do you have a set of simple standards that you follow, no matter what?
…….

Wishing you a day,  full of “No”

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