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You’ve worked with those folks before–the “no” people. The “no” people are good at pointing out the obstacles to getting good things done, but they seldom have any ideas for solutions. They are closely related to the “yes, but” people.
Stellar employees and colleagues are “yes” people. They realistically acknowledge the challenges before them, and then they get creative and figure out[…]