Learning To Say Yes

Unfortunately, “No” can be more than just a word, it can also be a lifestyle. When our default posture toward anything unknown is to shrink back, hover around the perimeter, or generally opt-out, we are refusing the best of what life offers.

This is not only a quality of life issue. “No” affects our creative performance as well. When our inherent position is skepticism or posturing, we stop looking for possibilities and train our mind to look for “why not?” instead of asking “why?”