Conclusions Based on Incomplete Data

A person working on a laptop with a graph on the screen.

Don’t make conclusions based on incomplete data.

You might think someone will react in a certain way, but this could be far from the truth. Just because they reacted this way before doesn’t mean that they haven’t changed.

You might assume someone will do something, but they might have a completely different idea or approach. Just because you always take a specific approach, doesn’t mean that others don’t have a better alternative.