This week we are focusing on decision making.
The famous poet Robert Frost wrote in his poem The Road Not Taken “Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—I took the one less travelled by, and that has made all the difference.” Every aspect of our life is determined by the decisions we make. Some decisions are larger, and more life altering such as the decision to move house or change jobs, and some are smaller and more inconsequential such as deciding what to have for breakfast. But whether they are big or small, we make decisions continuously throughout our day, and making decisions is not always as simple as the line in Frost’s poem would suggest.
Having an effective decision-making process can benefit you. Today’s learning spotlight covers three top tips you should consider before making a decision, to help you make the most successful decision possible. Watch the video to find out more.
Can you think of a time when you used any of these techniques when making a decision?
How did it help guide your decision making process?
How do you think using these three techniques might help your decision making process going forward?