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3 STRONG WAYS FOR ‘THE BEST DECISION MAKING’

1. ANALYSE THE PROBLEM

In order to make a good decision, you have to know the problem. A good way of knowing this is by analysing what caused the problem to happen. If we can analyse and know what caused it at the first place, we can definitely take a better decision and overcome the problem.

2. ALWAYS THINK TWICE

This is also an optimistic way that can help you take better decisions. Thinking twice simply means that – before you implement a solution, just visualise if your solution meets the requirements in solving the problem. By visualising, you are improving the chances of a better decision making.

3. DISCUSS WITH MORE PEOPLE

It’s always nice to consider the opinion of other people before you start to make a decision. This other people can be your relatives, friends, co- worker or people from your neighbourhood, who you trust so much and look up to. You need not be shy to approach them. Trust me, it’s one of the best ways to make best decision and the chances of it becoming a successful solution is higher than you actually accept it to be.


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Abhijith Padmakumar View All

Engineer, writer,blogger, wannabe journalist. This page is a reflection of my life and my opinion about different aspects thats happening around the world. I want people to read my opinions, thoughts, discover their life and be inspired.

22 thoughts on “3 STRONG WAYS FOR ‘THE BEST DECISION MAKING’ Leave a comment

  1. Awesome ways… But when I fail to land on a concrete decision, I sit quiet and say to myself, “Dude, it’s going to be your last decision. Now, what are you going to do?” And it really helps me. But I don’t recommend this to others. Sometimes, they get too emotional. Emotions make you weak.
    Live well. Stay fit.

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  2. Good post Abhijith.
    However,we need to be careful about #3.
    Not every one can see what our vision is. Sometimes they wouldn’t want us to get in to any trouble and so, in all good intention, their advice would keep us in comfort zone.
    And…
    No one ever grows in their comfort zone.

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