We all make assumptions.  We naturally fill in gaps in what we think and perceive so that we can make sense out of our world and our experiences.

Sometimes the assumptions we make are accurate; sometimes they are not.  And the reality is, assumptions are powerful.  They can build bridges or destroy them.  They can make peace or start a war.

As a leader, you have an obligation to notice the assumptions you make, both good and bad, and verify them for accuracy, especially if they are negative and...
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