Life is too short for regrets. There always comes a time when you have to make important decisions in a spur of the moment. And when I say life is too short for any regrets that includes life is too short for any confusion too. So have you ever been stuck between a simple Yes or No? Yes well, we all have been there. Many times the thought of "what people will think?" crosses our minds so, we need to apprehend that this is our life and that's the only explanation others need. Do what you have to do, say what you have to say, as long as you're on the right path. There is no time and no place for guilt in your life, no looking back because that's not where you're going.
When often saying “Yes” to someone, there is this odd, gut-feeling that we get, a weird inkling, that subtle sense of foreboding telling us to steer well away. That's when we need to realize that if something doesn't feel quite right, it apparently isn't. Margie Warrell says, "Trust Your Intuition. Not Doing So Can Be Costly." I for one, completely agree because well, our intuition seldom lies. So why not be blunt and fearless when you want to say No? As Cole Harmonson states, "It takes effort to say no when our heart and brains and guts and, most important, pride are yearning to say yes. Practice." Knowing that one day you're going to die and so will everyone else; say what your heart desires and do as you please, as long as you're doing the right thing. Richie Norton quotes, "Say no to everything, so you can say yes to the one thing."
Be decisive, be brave. Don't be afraid to say No.
All the Best and Stay in Touch.
- Sincerely Yours -
Success Coach Nilesh
#1 Success Strategist
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