A few months ago I posted about "The Say Yes Challenge." It started as a challenge on FB, then became a blog about saying yes...and now here I am talking about...wait for it, the No, saying No.
Kenny Rogers said it best: "You've got to know when to hold, know when to fold 'em, know when to walk away, know when to run."
Sometimes after all the yes's there comes a time when a 'no' is needed.
What does life after the yes look like? Does it even exist?
If you are a person that tends towards yes, then saying No becomes the growth opportunity. If you are a person that tends towards No, then saying yes becomes the growth opportunity. Somewhere in the 'middle' is perhaps the real opportunity, yes?
So here is the next step: are you saying yes? How's it feeling? Are you saying yes for the sake of saying yes when perhaps the answer needs to be a no? Are you working from a place of saying yes to anything without utilizing your power of discernment?
New Challenge: saying yes when it feels good/looks good, saying no when it feels good/looks good and finding your balance in it all.
As we do.