What are your guesses about the "No" jar?

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What are your guesses about the "No" jar?

Charlotte Lindmeier
Our question this week is:
Are you going to the “Demonstrator Planning Place” to see what the challenge will be?  Any guesses as to what the “No” jar is?

Participate and you could win one FREE week of SUDSOL. OR you could play Bingo with a chance of winning FREE time there as well. Send your answers by Sunday morning.
Charlotte Lindmeier
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Gwynne Wilschek
Is the demonstrator planning place on fb?  how do you find the no jar challenge?
thank you
Gwynne
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Sue Erickson
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I think we are going to use a jar to make a 'snow globe' type decoration.
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Re: What are your guesses about the "No" jar?

BobbieGanley
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Years ago I participated in a NO challenge. I think the goal was to get at least 50 No's to a question like "would you book a party" or perhaps "would you like to know more about the SU! opportunity"?  It gets you acclimated to getting rejected and you occasionally will get a "Yes".  Maybe one yes for every no?   I think a No jar is a jar to hold slips of paper to keep track of all the No's.  You could decorate the jar to help inspire you to get more No's.
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Charlotte Lindmeier
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Yes, on Facebook at 6 p.m. I think Colorado time.
Charlotte Lindmeier
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Re: What are your guesses about the "No" jar?

BobbieGanley
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Oops, I meant maybe one yes for every 10 No's. It could be much higher. Definitely not one for one.