learn to say no or yes

The education we receive is based on egalitarian principles. People who never speak up or lack self-confidence benefit from an entirely different approach than people who are very outspoken and perhaps even too sure of themselves. Yet, regardless of individual character traits, we all receive the same training.

With every day that passes, we gain a better understanding of the complexity and uniqueness of DNA. Oddly, we still don’t take individual soft-skills into account.

Learn to say no — a phrase that gets thrown around frequently, disguised as business advice. While some people may genuinely benefit from learning to say no (sooner), others might benefit from saying yes more often.

Advice is (almost) never copy-paste. Consider what works for you and your business and mold it according to your needs.

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