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4 Questions to Ask Yourself to Make Good Decisions

By Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S.
Associate Editor

difficluty-making-decisionsWe make countless minute and monumental decisions on a daily basis.

What time will I wake up? What will I eat for breakfast? What tasks will I tackle at work? Should I say yes or no to this commitment? Do I want the promotion? Do I want this person for my partner? What doctor should I see? Where should my kids go to school?

Psychotherapist Alison Thayer, LCPC, helps her clients navigate all sorts of decisions — “from how to handle a difficult situation at work or a disagreement with a loved one, to life-changing [decisions], such as quitting a job, ending a relationship or even doing both and relocating to another state.”

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4 Questions to Ask Yourself to Make Good Decisions

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  1. Good read. 4 great questions that everyone should ask. IMHO the biggest challenge for people is remembering to ask themselves these questions when making spur-of-the-moment decisions.

    • Such a good point, Adam! Making conscious decisions are also essential to effective decision making, but we often forget that key element.

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