It means don't act on impulse. Look before you leap. Engage the brain before speaking or performing any action.
It means, I have to take the possibilities which can come out of my action.
Simple Example: If I put a glass of water so much near the edge of table, I should not blame others for spilling the water.
I was supposed to think when I put it.
Recently, I have got "Emotional Intelligence Course", one technique I have learnt "Traffic Lights"
Orange, Think about the issue
& Green, Take the action.
It is a very helpful for me.
When I say this to my loved ones I mean that they should think about not only the positive but also the negative aspects of their actions prior to acting. Often there are multiple options for doing something. Impulse actions often lead to negative consequences and people viewing you negatively.
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