Think, don’t react.

Think, don’t react.

In business, with friends, or family, there is no substitute to understand all the permutations and combinations and different mixtures of both healthy parts and difficult parts in any one human being.

Today more than ever, there is a need to use judgment, creativity and our own insights in evaluating the total situation. Then, we must choose something from all we’ve learned that fits this situation and this person.

That’s why attempts to make simple rules to follow are bound to fail. People are far too complex. There are no simple rules that apply. What’s good for one is terrible for another. So if you want to manage situations better, spend more time thinking and considering….it’s what the person requires.