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Poon Poi Ming says
Well said Walter as humans we make decisions based on the value of the outcome of the event that is brought before us it's how we deal with them that makes the difference.
Billie Kelpin says
What your talking about may be call ambivalence researchers have been investigating how ambivalence, or lack of it, affects people's lives, and how they might be able to make better decisions. Overall, thinking in shades of gray is a sign of maturity
Billie, discovered comments aren't allowed a lot of room, so have to keep this short. I understand! I am like that also in some ways. As for the personality type, I think you might be like me - "Melancholic." I'd just do a search engine for the test.
It certainly helps to make decisions slowing when it comes to war or divorce! My mother always said, "Measure 7 times, cut once."
cherihut that was nice sharing we all have some thing that some one else has and to share it is really great.
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Cheri Hutson says
Making decisions is very important. We make tons and tons of decisions everyday. To me, decisions are very important. As we get older we make more and more important decisions. When I come to make a decision there are two ways to do it. Do it or just
Ch, Found it: It's the Myers Briggs Test! "There are those who prefer a closed-ended style of decision-making (judgers), and those who prefer to leave their decisions as open-ended as possible, for as long as possible (perceivers)." It's GOOD!
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I agree with you on what your saying tuning in to your physical sensations ( meaning instinct ) can not only help you make the right decision—it might just save your life
Severity is being strict or harsh. put some times a punishment for trying to do what you think I best.
The question I ask was for you to give your view not to Google up link what is your point THE QUESTION.
I find many people have trouble making decisions, I tend to be more proactive. I like to think about it like this, By making a decision I am choos
Moronke Odugbesan says
While indecision can have many costs, from lost revenue to a suffering ... Quick decision-making can have many positive results:......But it can also hurt you maybe some time you need to things over.
What if the tables were turned and they did that to you.
Devika Primić says
"It is perceived through your body, not necessarily through your mind." ... Your "gut feeling" should be the starting point for your reasoning. From there you apply what you know to decide if you should trust your feelings or not.
You can't make decisions based on fear and the possibility of what might happen.” ... “Trust your instincts, and make judgements on what your heart tells you.
For some people decision making is easy. But for most of us, it's difficult to know if we're using good judgment as we make daily decision about life. It becomes even harder with important, life-changing decisions
Ben Blackwell says
Most people are afraid of making a decision. One of their biggest regrets was the decisions they hadn't made or the ones they had made "too late." Many of them complained about taking too long to make important decisions.