Know Means No

The Power of Saying No

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Know the signs for when to say No
Know the signs for when to say No

If you know your Core Values, you make better decisions.  

If you know your priorities, you filter out distractions.  

If you know what makes you tick, you have a chance at keeping that interest alive.

The more you know about who you are and what you want, the better you are at saying ‘no’ to the clutter that distorts your path.

Put the word ‘no’ back into your vocabulary by knowing where to say yes.

Knowing means no-ing in all the right places.

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