always & never = dangerous thinking


always & never = dangerous thinking

Words have POWER, use them carefully!

Think before you speak isn’t a platitude to ensure you aren’t mean or cruel (which is a good thing in itself).

: to believe that something is true, that a particular situation exists, that something will happen, etc.

Is it actually true that “this always happens” or “it could never be”?

: to have an opinion about someone or something

Does the person on your team “always make bad decisions” – or is it that this one was REALLY bad, yet they do make good decisions at times?

Would it be fair to say they “never make their quota” or is it a string of bad months?

: to form or have (a particular thought) in your mind

Do you always… or never think in terms of absolutes?

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