The Thinking Behind The Tweet
Human beings are biased creatures. Our minds are geared to recognize patterns and, sometimes, our minds jump to conclusions. As one example, this happens when we accurately identify a piece of information but conclude, inaccurately, it is part of a certain pattern. In common words, we call that "jumping to conclusions."
When we jump to conclusions we use one piece of information to reach an inaccurate conclusion.
This was a real benefit in prehistoric times...jumping to conclusions saved lives.
In business, often, jumping to conclusions is more problem than benefit.
Sometimes, when we jump to conclusions, we also try to foist our inaccurate conclusions on others. If we happen to be a leader who does this then an ounce of our jumping to conclusions can offset a pound of followers' objections...and this, over time, kills followers' spirit.
[That's the reality of position power.]