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One of the most important but often overlooked habits is the ability to say NO. In a world where we're encouraged to say "Yes" to every opportunity, it's crucial to recognize when saying "no" is the right choice. If a request doesn't elicit a "hell yeah" response from you, consider declining it. It's important to prioritize your own well-being and not overextend yourself. By saying "no" when necessary, you can avoid burnout, exhaustion, and maintain focus on your own priorities.
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When someone calls or appears at your door with a request for your participation in some activity, take a breath and consider whether it fits into your own priorities
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