Yes or No? Which Answer Do You Choose?

Yes or No?How would you classify yourself? Are you someone whose knee jerk reaction is to say “no” when requested of something or given an opportunity? Or are you a “yes” person who embraces opportunities and chances to do something new?

Unfortunately, many people are the “no” type of person; they are too worried about getting themselves wrapped up in a new gig, opportunity or event that they would have to fit in their already busy schedules. But, have you ever stopped to think about what kind of doors those “requests” could open, who you would be associating with and who you could be in attendance that you can learn from? Chances are if you’re a “no” person, who have never thought about this, because if you had, you wouldn’t have missed some opportunities to change your life.

Saying “yes” can create more excitement in your life, open doors to new adventures, and could create relationships that foster success and growth. The “yes” creates responsibility and provides momentum to get you moving in higher directions.

Saying “no” is easier, but who said anything worth having is easy? It’s about getting uncomfortable, opening yourself up and embracing new experiences.  Success does not come comfortably.

So what are you going to say the next time you’re asked to attend a seminar or networking opportunity? National Agents Alliance challenges you to say “YES!”

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