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Do One Thing, Do It Well - Cynthia Heald



The author foused on this at a recent women's event highlighting simplicity. You can gracefully say no because your focus is on one important activity. You are honored to be asked, but no, not at this time. Another point, never just automatically say yes. Pray, then get back with a prayed out, thought out response.

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  • Oh yes...I need to say "no" more often...without feeling guilty - by TERRY0217
  • Thanks for this post! I needed it today! - by JSTETSER
  • Sometimes you can run yourself ragged by saying yes. We must learn to say no nicely but say no! - by MARYJOANNA
  • I need to remember that...Thanks for the thought! - by BETHL54

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