There are two types of people in the world, 1) the excitable, “everything is awesome” people, and 2) us cautious worriers who prevent things from going wrong.
In her book, “Focus,” Dr. Heidi Grant Halvorson calls them the promotion-focused and the prevention-focused.
- Promotion-focused people work to win. They sometimes do amazing things but they often strike out and lose.
- Prevention-focused people work to avoid losses. They don’t make a lot of mistakes but they sometimes miss opportunities for gain.
Real Estate Decoded is for prevention-focused, cautious, numbers people who want to be well prepared before they buy or sell a home.
It’s for people who want to avoid making expensive mistakes and who want to avoid being taken advantage of.
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3 Responses to My “Murphy’s Law” Can Beat Up Your "Law of Attraction”
“Whether you think you can or can’t, you’re right.” Henry Ford.
Couldn’t help myself 🙂 just had to get an inspirational quote in here
Love it! I’ll counter with;
“The boys will be home by Christmas” – All European generals in the autumn of 1914
That one is famously inspirational, classic. And here is a famously pessimistic quote, also classic for the same reason, “I
think there is a worldwide market for maybe five computers” and “there
is no reason for any individual to have a computer in his home.” Ken
Olsen, founder of minicomputer company DEC.
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