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Tomorrow I am not going to have a sandwich lunch to discuss a project I am only vaguely involved in.It is the most fashionable answer for successful people.No is thus granted the same giddy status as failure, which everyone has been doggedly celebrating for a decade at least.Since reading the blog, I have taken to starting each day lying in bed giving silent thanks for the things I have successfully refused to do.I skip out of bed eager to do the things that slipped through my net of negativity.On the Entrepreneur website is a blog post that argues saying no is good, as it creates space for junior people to step up.If enough people were to say no to pointless things often enough it would lead to a more efficient allocation of resources.Despite being a great fan of no at work, even I admit that sometimes it is the wrong answer.
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