How to Say ‘No’ and End Up a Winner – Venture Out – Aug 23, 2018

You know every second adds up to a minute
Need 10,000 hours
We could be so in love
From Ella Mai on, “10,000 Hours”

If you want to practice essentialism, then you have to learn how to say ‘no.’  That’s easy for some, harder for others.  It’s also the awareness to know when you need to say ‘no’ because it’s something that doesn’t matter, something that doesn’t makes a difference, or something that you’re just not suited for.  Learn from Greg McKeown on how to say ‘no’ and come out looking like a winner.

– Johnny

INSPIRATION

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STIMULATION

How do we practice essentialism into our life? The idea is called “no-ism.” Figure out what is essential – what’s the most important thing we could be doing – and then DO THAT. It’s not saying ‘no.’  Instead, figure out what the real value behind the question is, and then do that.  It’ll actually be better than saying yes.  Listen to Greg McKeown’s practical tips here.

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