(Story 58) Acting On Assumptions
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(Story 58) Acting On Assumptions

 

Can assumptions sometimes be a source

of annoyance to you or to others?

 

Do you make assumptions and then

act on those assumptions?

 

Can this be a source of annoyance to other

people or can it have a positive outcome?

 

Do people make assumptions about

you from time to time?

 

Do they make assumptions about where

you are going, what you are doing,

what you may be doing, or

where you may be going?

 

Do they sometimes act on those assumptions?

Are the assumptions sometimes correct

and at other times incorrect?

 

Humans are not predictable.

Assumptions do not allow for

human behaviour or error.

 

When we act on assumptions we can

sometimes come up against a

number of problems.

 

If a person / persons consistantly make

assumptions,about you,

what can you do about it?

 

If you make assumptions about others,

What can you do about it?

 

 
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