S3E3: The Value and Art of Saying "No"

Beware of the sage on the stage.

I recently attended a business networking event, which reiterated why I normally don’t do such things.

I had the misfortune of witnessing a ‘sage on the stage’ (a random local entrepreneur with modest levels of success, likely earned through timing, sheer persistence, and luck as opposed to deliberate practice), spewed forth the following verbal diarrhea.

“Say yes to everything”.

In this episode, I explore why you should say "no" to almost everything, and how.




1) MY ORIGINAL ARTICLE ON THIS EPISODE TOPIChttps://medium.com/swlh/why-you-shoul...



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The WorkFlow podcast is hosted by me, Steve Glaveski. I'm the founder of innovation accelerator, Collective Campus, the author of several books and numerous Harvard Business Review articles on all things productivity, effectiveness, and high-performance at work. I'm an entrepreneur, writer, and productivity coach, on a mission is to unlock the potential of companies, teams, and people to create more impact for the world, and lead more fulfilling lives.

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