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DAY 18 – START SAYING NO Have you ever heard yourself saying yes to the wrong things? Never-ending requests of your time? Bad relationships, energy draining obligations, and you wished that you could summon up the power to turn them down? Because in this lesson titled "Start Saying No...", you're going to learn the world's most powerful strategy for simplifying your life, for eliminating distractions, for focusing on and fast tracking your goals, and most importantly, for unleashing your greatness. The fact is you have the right and the responsibility to start saying no to anything that is hurting you, to anything that is not in alignment with your values, to the standards that no longer serve you, to the people who drain you of your creativity and peace of mind, and to the beliefs that are not true to the real you. Now, consisting of two letters in one syllable, the word "No" could be considered one of the most powerful words in your vocabulary. It's the easiest word for setting a limit, holding firm to boundaries, and for being absolutely clear about what you will or will not do. It's a word of pure power that is both inner and outer directed, and one that you must implement throughout each day of the 100 Day Challenge. See, you'll be a lot more productive once you recognize these three things; number one, "No" is not a dirty word, it's not a negative word, nor is it a selfish word. Learning to say "No" is liberating as it frees up your time to focus on your key priorities. Number two, you're in complete control of how you spend your time and your life. Saying "No" allows you more time and energy to pursue your goals and your wildest ambitions. And number three, saying "No" increases the value of the things that you can say "Yes" to. See, your success throughout the 100 Day Challenge requires a short yes

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