December 9th, 2018 By: Ash
Examining your assumptions is always useful because it forces you to examine the context you’re (subconsciously) imposing on the situation.
But what’s even more valuable is this: the act of examining your underlying assumptions makes you question those assumptions.
And in my experience, that can only be a good thing.
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