Interpretation of Facts

I’ve always been the kind of person who needs to know why.  I want the facts.  When is Disney Land many years ago, instead of enjoying the ride “It’s a Small World”, I found myself trying to figure out how they made it work.

For me it had always seemed, I do research, even over research everything.  I want to know so the facts.  When I need to make a decision, I have a tendency to make a pro/con list then review it, and review it.

The problem with spending so much energy on research of facts.  It’s not just the facts that matter.  It really  depends on your interpretation of those facts.

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For every fact, there are many ways it can be interpreted.  That interpretation has a tendency to change how those facts are used.

I’ll give you a few examples.  We all know that the sky is blue, Right? But say someone did a survey and found: .

50 percent of those surveyed believe the sky is blue.

Well the same is true if you believe the sky is gray.  The same survey results just proved it.  50 percent of those surveyed believe the sky is not blue.

So even having all the facts may not always being you to the same conclusion.  Do the research, find the why, and review that facts.

Monica Nuxoll

AVON Independent Sales Rep

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