It’s important to say “no” rather than “maybe.”
Indecision can prevent us from moving forward and taking control of our lives. When family, friends and colleagues ask us to do things we don’t really want to do, it is freeing to let go by saying “no” and not worry about it. Our time is valuable and we should spend what free time we have on what matters to us. After all, there are only 24 hours in a day, if we’re lucky, 1/3 of that is spent sleeping in order to recharge and 1/3 working, not including commuting time to work, picking up kids, going to the gym and other errands. So that may leave just one to seven hours to do what we want in a day.
How do you want to spend your free time? Are you ready to say “no?”