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Just Ask

Just Ask

People usually avoid asking directly because they fear rejection and embarrassment.

But we as humans are wired to want to help. Think about yourself, how you react when someone asks something of you - you probably make an effort to do it.

And if you’re rejected, you’ve lost nothing.

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