Thought for the week

Unintended Consequences

When we make decisions, it's important to look at the wider ramifications of those decisions. This calls for an unbiased look at the situation and how it will change as a result. When we're keen on an idea it's quite easy to get into a 'wilful blindness' mindset which will prevent us from seeing what else will happen over and above what we intended. Unintended consequences - it's worth taking the time to explore what they might be (also remembering that no decision is also a decision).

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Thought for the week

Unintended Consequences

When we make decisions, it's important to look at the wider ramifications of those decisions. This calls for an unbiased look at the situation and how it will change as a result. When we're keen on an idea it's quite easy to get into a 'wilful blindness' mindset which will prevent us from seeing what else will happen over and above what we intended. Unintended consequences - it's worth taking the time to explore what they might be (also remembering that no decision is also a decision).

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