The cost of face value
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The cost of face value

Face value is both sexy and seductive. It’s non-threatening. It makes us feel good.

But what don’t you know when you take things at face value?

About yourself. Your team. Your clients. Your business.

Clues abound if we look for them. In body language, words, actions, results. The Vibe.

Antidotes to face value?

Curiosity, intention, focus, humility.

What lies beneath is far more powerful than anything we find on the surface.

Because it’s real. 

There’s a cost to not looking.

It’s worth risking the discomfort.

Knowledge is power. And what if it really is the new sexy?