I am of the belief that we are now in a market that is developing increased levels of intuition. People are becoming more self-aware and more tuned in to the environment.
Which means it’s really important in any situation that we go in with one dominant intent. And what do you think that intent needs to be?
“I’m here to serve.”
Have you ever been in a situation before where you’ve gone to buy something that you genuinely actually needed but you could tell the person who was trying to sell you, only wanted to get your money, and even though you needed what it is they were trying to sell, you didn’t buy it because you felt like they were trying to do something to you?
Who’s been in that situation before?
And on the flip side, who’s been in a situation before where someone’s been trying to help you, you didn’t necessarily need or want what they had but you could tell their intent was really strong, you could tell their intent was to really serve you, so you bought it anyway even though you weren’t really sure if you needed it?
You were just persuaded by the intent or the desire for someone to help you and you felt like they had your best interests at such a high level that they maybe saw something that you didn’t and you trusted them.
Who’s been there before?
So intent counts more than technique.
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