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As your business grows, so will the contents of your inbox.
Offers to collaborate, sponsor, or just network will pile up quickly. It’s a good problem to have, but it’s still a problem!
Time is your most valuable resource. To protect it, you need a consistent, efficient system for dealing with all the opportunities people will throw your way. And eventually, you’ll be saying “no” to the vast majority of them — so you’d better get good at it.
Today, Omar shares his system for quickly identifying the best opportunities, and discarding the rest. It’s easy to get buried in opportunities if you don’t have a solid framework. Worse, it’s easy to end up wasting your time on efforts that don’t have the best ROI.
When you say “yes” to something, you say “no” to something else (or several something else’s). Learn what to say “no” to, and how to say it in a way that doesn’t hurt your relationships. Click Play!
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