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How do they invest their two most valuable resources?

The key to understanding a person's true priorities is by looking at their two most valuable resources:

  1. time
  2. money.
  • These reveal what a person truly values, more than just their words. While some might prefer to read palms, a glimpse at a person's calendar and monthly budget can provide much more insight.
  • How we spend our time and money shows what we truly prioritize. Pay attention to these two resources, and you will gain a deeper understanding of any person.


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I wish somebody had told me these things when I was younger. I now practice them when I need to get a fast assessment of people I don’t know well.

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