What it looks like

Not what it could

Take advantage of the mover’s bias and take action. This gives you a much better idea of not what things could look like, but what they do. A more realistic picture of how things actually work is another hurdle you don’t have to overcome, and makes decisions down the line much more easier as such.

Don’t get stuck thinking about what things could look like. Find out what they do look like.

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