ReWire 332: Initial Reactions Are Usually WRONG

Posted on July 09, 2019

Ryan Stewman



Like it or not, your initial reaction is most likely the wrong thing to do. 

When we are faced with an adverse situation our initial reaction to it is always wrong. 

What makes it worse is when we make an initial reaction we tend to ride or die and stand behind the initial reaction. 

We stand behind our initial reaction regardless of how wrong it actually is. 

The problem with initial reactions is that we make them without having all the facts. 

Making decisions without all the facts will hurt you more than it will help you. 

In this episode of The Rewire Podcast, Ryan Stewman talks about how initial reactions are usually wrong.

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Initial Reactions Are Usually WRONG

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