Actions do speak louder than words. We live in a society where majority of us have evolved into natural critics of most variables that exist around us and within our lives. Due to greater exposure to things in our environment, we've also created a vacuum for skepticism to claim a spot within the monkey mind, which is constantly speeding through thousands of thoughts per minute. Our mind's primary job is to protect us from any threats it encounters during our waking state, historically it has and still does represent a vital role in the fight or flight syndrome. When we're introduced to new elements from people to environments, the mind has every right to raise its guards until its convinced there's no threat to the owner of the mind and body. From making business decisions to navigating through personal relationships, society is trained to expect some visible signs of positive engagement, in some cases even positive reinforcement, to trust the opportunities that reside in their path. Humans thrive on instinct, a vital component needed for survival; although we know better, seeing is believing so we can embrace an idea in the making. If one can proposition great ideas, they better back them up!
Waiting to See,