Things Are Seldom What They Seem
STAYFIT|October 2018
The title of this article is a recurrent theme in conversations between a really close friend of mine and me. She sees these words as pearls of wisdom passed on to her by her mother. And having had several long and interesting conversations with her, even I begin to see the relevance and applicability of the statement in several walks of life.
Vinesh Sukumaran

One of the big lessons that I've learnt as an organizational development consultant is not to judge organizations or people by their appearance. And over the years, I've become extremely slow to judge people. I might be quick to observe something or quick to comment and give feedback but I've become really slow to judge people and organizations. The reason is simply because of the number of times that I've been wrong and after a point, I realized that evidence and actual facts must always overshadow gut feelings, impressions and opinions. Here are some examples.

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