A candidate missed an interview with my company.
And he sent a message to me, demanding a reschedule.
But I disagreed!
I thought he wasn’t serious about it.
“Perhaps, he could have shown up if he really wanted the job.”
I said to myself.
But then, after a few days, he called me back and explained a very personal reason for his absence.
It was a genuine excuse and I felt bad for doubting him.
I didn’t think any further; and rescheduled another time.
1) We should stop doubting others as people around us are generally carrying good intentions.
2) Instead of arriving on results, we must give people benefit of doubt.
What do you think?