Jumping to Conclusions

We’ve all been guilty of jumping to conclusions.

That usually means making a hasty judgement that isn’t correct.

It’s called “jumping” because when that happens you get right into it, you don’t cautiously stroll up to it.

Jumping is risky, and jumping to conclusions rarely pays off.

So, try to be less hasty, more aware next time.

It might make the landing a whole lot easier.

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