We all want to solve issues as soon as we can.
Get ’em in and out the door as quickly as possible.
Often, it’s a good move.
Taking care of potential problems when they’re small, before the explode into a major production, is always good practice.
But, just because we’re in a rush to get to the finish line doesn’t mean that we shouldn’t look at what’s going on around us as we’re running.
Just because something seems like a wise move at first glance doesn’t always make it so.
Yes, we should deal with issues as they arise, but that doesn’t mean we should rush through the process.
Keeping our eyes peeled for things that may have slipped by unnoticed at first glance, things that might not be as they appear, and unscrupulous people trying to take advantage of a situation is always good business.
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