Dog Gone -vs- I Pity the Kitty!
In business, refraining from jumping to conclusions will serve you well. It's always best to possess all information necessary before haphazardly moving forward with an important decision. Remaining calm in chaotic times, helps.
My uncle raised chickens as part of the family income. He counted on the money he would yield for his eggs every day. Once Spring came, an abundance of fertilized eggs would hatch and little furry chicks would become part of the overall population.
Every morning he'd count the chicks, noting the hens that mothered them. The little ones numbers starting declining, and at first, was at a loss because they disappeared without a sign, not even a feather.
Then he spied the family cat standing undistracted on the outskirts of the chicken pen whenever she saw the quick movements of the younger birds. He assumed the cat was responsible for the missing chicks and planned to ‘take care of it' the following day.
My uncle hid early the following morning with a clear view of the chicken pen. To his surprise and shock, along comes his favorite ‘bird dog' into the pen, quickly grabbing up one of the chicks and off he went. The cat was spared that day but the fate of the dog was undetermined.
My advice: Do not make hasty business assumptions based on what is presented at the time. Think situations through. Create a strategy that will allow you time to see clearly and then act accordingly, doggone it!
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