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Difference Between Yes And No

Difference Between Yes And No

  • Saying no saves you time in the future.
  • Saying yes costs you time in the future.
  • No is a form of time credit. You retain the ability to spend your future time however you want.
  • Yes is a form of time debt. You have to pay back your commitment at some point.
  • No is a decision. Yes is a responsibility.

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