Pigeon of Discontent: “I Say Yes; I Want To Say No.”
Each week, I post a video about some
Pigeon of Discontent raised by a reader. Because, as much as we try to find the Bluebird of Happiness, we’re also plagued by the Pigeons of Discontent.
This week’s Pigeon of Discontent, suggested by a reader, is: “
I say ‘yes’; I want to say ‘no’.”
I Say Yes; I Want To Say No.
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How about you? Have you found ways to keep yourself from getting over-committed or agreeing to do things that, in the end, you realize that you don’t want to be doing? One good personal commandment is “
Just say yes“‘; another good personal commandment is “ Just say no.”
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