The Price Of Overconfidence

If you have an expert that offers to help you, it might not be the best idea to question their advice.

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If you’re like most business owners, you appreciate the fact that your staff needs guidance from you.

The same is true for you at times… it’s hard to be objective when you’re looking at your own issues.

Why is it then that so many of us blow off the advice we get?

If you have an expert that offers to help you, it might not be the best idea to question their advice.

If you are at all skeptical, do your due diligence before getting on the phone with them.

But don’t waste their time.

Or yours, for that matter…

Also, consider this:

If you aren’t willing to listen, they may just withdraw their offer to help you completely.

Let’s face it… if you tend to question the expert, they may turn their back on you and spend their time helping people who want help.

I know it’s hard to deal with people that are very objective because sometimes we like to “defend” our own strategies and ideals.

But ask yourself this: do you want to be wealthy or do you want to be right?

If you think it’s time to let go a bit and accept help, I congratulate you.

And I’m willing to offer help on behalf of my team and myself to help you design a strategy that will bring your best year yet, financially speaking.

Give us a call at 1300 680 223. We can help.