Being too skeptical can cost you many untapped opportunities. But being too gullible can cost you precious time and money. How do you strike that fine balance between the two?
Of course we all know the usual precautions:
- Check background/Track Record.
- Google product or seller.
- Check Reviews.
- Screen shots of deposits - If it promises to make you a million dollars in a month.
You know, the one's you discover before the crowd rushes in and dilutes it. The kind most of us only get a shot at once in a blue moon. No need to search for a low or non-competitive niche in it, because the competition hasn't had time to form yet. Only the untapped demand exist. Ahh!
Would you let it pass? I must admit I may, only because of my natural skepticism. I often wear it like a protective shield - but I wonder can it also be an "opportunity blocking shield" in some cases.
I can't help but think, how many opportunities have I missed because of my over skepticism? Skepticism is safe, comfy and it helps protect me - no doubt. But where do you personally strike the healthy balance?
Any ideas or opinions?
Or what would you do if you got a shot at a once in a blue moon opportunity - but it had little or no track record?