Did you ever notice that when people say they are absolutely sure about something, they’re often not?
Being that sure is not necessarily a good thing.
When we’re that certain it should be the first indication to step back and recheck the facts.
Passion, emotion and the will to prevail often makes us see things that are not really there.
Instead of “I’m sure”, try hedging your bet and saying “I’m sure going to check”.
And when others say it, proceed with caution.
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