Either F*** Yes, or No

How would it feel to look back on 2019 (or even one week, or one day) and feel like you spent it (mostly) doing what felt right, what aligned with what you care about, instead of pulled in all directions?

How good would that feel.

While this morning's article is technically filed as dating advice, the premise of it extends far beyond that.

In fact, in a world where we're exposed to more opportunity and choices than ever, it's one of the most relevant things I've come across.

If you're feeling over-committed or too scattered in life – it might just be the antidote you need.

To sum it up, basically, if you're not saying "Fuck Yes" about whatever it is you're doing, than simply say "no".

When deciding whether to do something, if you feel anything less than “all in” — then say “no”.

When you say no to most of the things in your life, you create room to throw yourself completely into the few things that get you stoked.

Imagine if this year was your year of F*ck Yes or No.

Every event you get invited to.

Every dinner party.

Every request to start a new project.

Every coffee you get asked to have...

If you’re not saying “fuck yes”, then this is your full permission to say "no".

We’re all busy, we’ve all taken on too much, and saying yes to less is the way out.

We feature this article in the DED program and we keep coming back to it again and again because it’ just so good. This matters now more than ever,

Julian DeSchutter