Author Elizabeth Gilbert is back with another book she says will help get your creative mojo back. Some of her advice should be of interest to job hunters, sales people, and careerists of all stripes.
From her various recommendations about how to revive your creative powers, one of them caught my career counselor’s eye: consider saying “yes” more often.
That’s because when you say “no,” nothing happens. Gilbert contends you won’t experience something new and exciting by saying “no” all the time. And that you never can tell where a “yes” can lead you to a new and challenging experience.
But many of you have learned how to “just say no” because you fear to try something new. So to just say “yes” is also a good way to face your fears.
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