According to celebrity chef Jamie Oliver saying "no" is better than saying "yes." He share's his thoughts in this short video interview. I love these little Behind the Brand videos with Bryan Elliott. This isn't the first time I've featured the series, in fact it makes a pretty regular appearance.
I think there is definitely something to be said for saying "no." Extremely focused individuals have mastered this ability - it indicates vision, self-control, and discipline. In general "yes" is typically much easier to say because people like hearing it and you know that. There is a certain defiance and friction that is associated with saying "no." Challenging both you to say it and the otherwise person.
Something to consider, that's all. Crush Monday!
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