The Power Of Your “Yes” And Your “No”
May 4, 2017
Words matter. Choosing them well and wisely is important. The powerful words you carry in your tool belt of words are useful to you in your daily life. Some of the most powerful words you hold are “yes” and “no.” These words carry a heavy decisive weight for you. Choosing when to say “yes” to the right things and at the right time is just as important as choosing when to say “no” to the right things at the right time.
The opposite of being decisive is being uncertain and allowing “maybes” and “I don’t knows” to creep in. When you haven’t set your mind on a direction you want to go, you can allow things you wanted to say “yes” or “no” to to suddenly enter in.
When it comes to debt, it’s important to know exactly what you want to say “no” to.
- Say, “no” to purchasing items that further drive you into debt.
- Say, “no” to friends or family members who pressure you to make unwise financial decisions through their nagging to shaming.
- Say, “no” to the voice inside you that says your debt is a hopeless burden you will carry the rest of your life.
When it comes to debt, it’s also important to know exactly what to say “yes” to.
- Say, “yes” to budgeting aids.
- Say, “yes” to making a plan with your family members, so you are all in the process of debt elimination together.
- Say, “yes” to contacting George R. Belche, Attorney at Law for your debt elimination help.
George R. Belche, Attorney at Law
Lawrenceville, GA 30046