He acted as if he would when decisions were to be made over the next four years: He would not just leap to conclusions
, but consider his options.
A common pitfall to watch out for is that companies are tempted to leap to conclusions
or stop too soon before truly understanding all the contributing factors.
WHEN a player is 24 and you're told he has all the talent in the world, yet it looks like he has been standing still or going backwards since 16, you leap to conclusions
It's human nature to leap to conclusions
, especially in busy and stressful environments like healthcare.
But Klein has found that today's battle captains are quick to assume great risk in the absence of adequate situational awareness and leap to conclusions
about what to do based on tacit knowledge derived from their professional military education, realistic training in virtual combat environments, and an innate confidence in themselves and their soldiers' moral and physical makeup.
Hastert's head are the same voices who tell us that the larger society must be tolerant of private lifestyle choices, and certainly must never leap to conclusions
about gay men and young boys.