Overcaution is as bad as no caution. It makes other people suspicious.

If you expect others to have confidence in you, you must conduct yourself in a way that inspires trust. Being so cautious that you never try anything new will damage your credibility just as much as will throwing all caution to the winds and trying any idea that comes along without thinking it through. (Most people equate any kind of extreme behavior with poor judgment.) But don’t fall victim to “analysis paralysis.” Learn to separate facts from opinions and make sure your decisions — and your subsequent actions — are based on reliable information. Then take action!

2018-07-13T00:23:00+00:00 July 13th, 2018|Thought for the Day|