Suspend limiting beliefs... temporarily
I know it's hard to do this, especially since we've programmed our own beliefs for years, but it's essential when learning something new.
When I came to Vegas and found out a whole new world of methods and mindsets to game, I swallowed my pride and belief systems in order to try it out. And that's the key: try it out.
If someone has a different approach to get the same results you're after, at least give it a try. For a month. Worst case scenario: it doesn't work, and you can go back to your previous mindset.
For most cases, you'll find parts you resonate with, and others that don't. You may initially get poor results, but you'll adjust over time.
Many students come here to learn, but many aren't open to it once they arrive. The ones that do? They see the most improvement, they learn the skills, take action, and reap the rewards.
Not to be confused with getting advice from random people; if they aren't getting results or haven't done it themselves, listen but don't automatically take their advice as truth.
Go experiment, temporarily suspend beliefs, be open to learning from those who have achieved the results you're after, and you'll figure out what works best for you. GG -@raybayne