Say no to:
The more people see, the less they hear.
Say yes to putting communication priorities in place. They will see and hear more.
Your leaders and peers
Not every idea your leader/peer has is a good idea.
Your church has unique DNA. Don’t clone someone else’s.
Say yes to discovering who you are. Hire people who can help.
If you don’t see budding talent or demonstrated experience, don’t place that person into the volunteer position. Mediocrity sucks.
Say yes to budding talent. Cultivate, pour energy and time into helping budding talent grow. Blossoming talent is beautiful and fragrant. Good design matters.
Perfection in your communications/creativity isn’t the goal.
Say yes to delivering effective communication/creativity. Have the ability to measure your effectiveness. Tell others.
Playing it safe
Sometimes the obvious angle isn’t the answer.
What do you want to, or need to say no to?
Do you agree or disagree?
Have you ever said yes to something and regretted it ever since?