The scarce resource you have to put your attention on is not your money.
And it’s not your time, either. It’s the amount of attention you have and the ability to orient it where you like.
And it depends on where you put it on how much results you are able to get or not to get.
Every other thing is less important than this.
Because after all you can ask for a loan to get money, and you can ‘expand’ your time hiring people that do things for you.
But the quality of the decisions you take it depends largely on the configuration you took them from – and this determines consequently how you will use that money and that time.
#2 For years you’ve been told that NLP is useful to ‘read other people’s mind’ or to ‘calibrate’ them.
At some level of skills this can be true, but once you’re really expert in reading context before than people.
Otherwise, mind reading is not useful at all.
Did you ever make assumptions that was evident for you and than later appeared to be totally wrong?
Don’t assume facts as true that are not so evident
Not read between lines
Ask exactly what someone means when he is telling you something.
Reading between the lines can give you a false sense of confidence, but it won’t help when the game is about getting more results.