Make Good Decisions

Many people make poor decisions.

For example, a recent study asked adults, "If you could start over in a new career would you do it?"  More than 40% said, "Yes".  That's a lot of people, and many of them are suffering:  stress, struggle, bankruptcy, unemployment, unfulfilled dreams, trapped . . . 

Bad luck?  Most are the result of poor decision making.

It pays to make a good decision. 

The good news is that scientists have discovered that if you follow four steps, you are not likely to regret your decision.  This method is used in medical settings and industry.

These steps are not difficult to learn.  But they do require self-discipline.  Learn to use them, and make good decisions.

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