What you expect tends to be realized more often than you might think.
Resourceful people have different beliefs from those who are not resourceful. Resourceful people expect to be able to find a way to achieve their outcome. They expect to be able to easily and naturally form a rapport with anyone they meet. When they want something to happen, they often go for it; and if they make a mistake, they learn from the feedback. These expectations tend to influence a resourceful person's outcome. Believing the following ideas will increase your interpersonal skills and personal effectiveness. When you meet people and you want to create rapport, remember these beliefs: People automatically like you because you are a good person. You can easily and naturally meet anyone you choose. You can have instant rapport with anyone you choose using these techniques. You have a lot in common with any person you meet. You can learn something from each and every person you speak with.
You may be thinking that these beliefs are not necessarily true, and if so, you would be correct. However, we're out to get a result, not to logically prove what is and isn't true.
Unstoppable Confidence: How to Use the Power of NLP to Be More Dynamic and Successfule by Kent Sayre
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“We all are learning, modifying, or destroying ideas all the time. Rapid destruction of your ideas when the time is right is one of the most valuable qualities you can acquire. You must force yourself to consider arguments on the other side.
— Charles T. Munger”
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