Say Yes vs. Say No
With right timing, you can maximize opportunities and growth.
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Say Yes vs. Say No
Early in your career, say Yes often, to maximize opportunities, connections, and growth.
Later, as you dial in your career and your time becomes more valuable, say No often.
There's no prescription for how this evolution unfolds. Be mindful, listen to your gut, and always go back to your Why.
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