workflow / productivity

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Jason Fried: “No means you have to make tough choices that aren’t always obvious at the time. No can be hard, even painful; it can lead to imagining what could have been. But when you make software, it’s almost always a good idea to say no more than you say yes. Over time, you’ll regret saying yes more than saying no.”


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