The Courage and Focus to Say No

This week, we are back on track with the series on “the power of a focused life”.

To ever so slightly paraphrase Robert Louis Stevenson, perpetual devotion is only to be sustained by perpetual neglect of many other things.

When we say no to something, it doesn’t have to be because we are too busy. It can be because we are intentional and purposeful about what we do with our time and energy. In fact, saying “no” is a healthy byproduct of being intentional and purposeful — we say “no” to one thing so we can say “yes” to another.

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