When To Say Yes (Or No)

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Most of the time, knowing whether to say yes (or no) boils down to knowing the difference between an opportunity and a distraction.

Having a definite strategy makes the distinction pretty clear. But even when you’re still working on yours, you can make better decisions if you set a few parameters.

Join us as we show you how to recognize the kinds of people you’ll want to say yes to, maximize the productivity of your yeses and define the right mile markers for yourself.


Without a strategy for your business, there’s no way to distinguish an opportunity from a distraction.” –JS

“A ‘Yes’ can spiral into a whole bunch of unexpected work and distractions.” –JS

“You don’t want a client nitpicking everything you’re doing.” –RM

“It’s always easier to say yes to somebody who’s got a track record.” –RM

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Start With No by Jim Camp