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Make Your Decision

Make Your Decision

Understanding that this step can cause some people a lot of anxiety is important because this is where you have to trust your instincts.

Although you may still be slightly indecisive about your final decision, you have to take into account how this makes you feel. 

Ask yourself, does it feel right? And does this decision work best for you now, and in the future?

When you answer those questions back, you should feel good about the result.

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Consider the Consequences

Consider the Consequences

It will help you determine how your final decision will impact yourself, and/or others involved. 

In this step, you will be asking yourself what is likely to be the results of your decision. How will it affect you now? And how will it affect your future?

This is an essential step beca...

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Evaluate Your Decision

Evaluate Your Decision

This final step is probably just as important as step one, if not more important, because it will help you to further develop your decision making skills for future problems. 

This step is also fundamental because it may require you to seek out new information and make some changes ...

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 Identify Your Goal

Identify Your Goal

One of the most effective decision making strategies is to keep an eye on your goal.

This simply means identifying the purpose of your decision by asking yourself what exactly is the problem that needs to be solved? And why does this problem need to be solved?

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Gather Information for Weighing Your Options

Gather Information for Weighing Your Options

When making good decisions it is best to gather necessary information that is directly related to the problem.

Doing this will help you to better understand what needs to be done in solving the problem, and will also help to generate ideas for a possible solution.

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Evaluate Your Decision

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This final step is probably just as important as step one, if not more important, because it will help you to further develop your decision making skills for future problems. 

This step is also fundamental because it may require you to seek out new information and make some changes ...

Finding your “yes”

It's much easier to say no to things when you can identify your yes. A good yes should align with your core values and leave you feeling fulfilled.

Ask yourself these five questions to find out how you feel about an opportunity. If you answer "no" to any of these quest...

How we can make good decision

  • When we have a decision to make, it is recommended to solicit the views of people who have had the experience you're considering.
  • We can also ask the opinions of those around us since people tend to take a longer-term view when thinking about other people's choices.
  • The k...

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