SCRUMPY DAD STORIES: MINDFUL REASONING

Mind your step on the Ladder of Inference

How to stop jumping to conclusions

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Do you get irritated when you hear people jumping to conclusions based on a single piece of information? Are you surprised how others come to a totally different conclusion than you based on the same situation? Let’s see what’s going on here, and…

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