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The path to our destination is not always a straight one We go down the wrong road we get lost we turn back Maybe it doesnt matter which road we embark on Maybe what matters is that we embark -Barbara Hall Northern Exposure Rosebud 1993 As the Quote by Hall implies we as individuals sometimes embark uncertain paths to get to our destination However what we as individuals can make certain are the decision-making processes that can steer us straight Making a decision is a part of everyday life whether it is flipping a coin taking a logical guess or using a gut instinct Some decisions have little or no impact on the way we conduct our life Nevertheless there are those that yield greater consequences and therefore we tend to be more hesitant to decide feeling tentative that if deciding inappropriately we will end up living with the consequences of that decision If we can become more conscious of an orderly procedure for decision-making and be alert of some of the downfalls we might encounter we can learn to avoid making these poor decisions whether minor or major and thus routing us away from life long regrets While researching this topic I came across quite a few decision-making models After some extensive browsing on the Internet and an extra week to redo this paper I came to a model that was going to help me complete this assignment This model was modified from Rick Roberts 7-step decision-making model for Career Decision-Making I will dissect it down and apply it with a recent job-related decision I have made at work to illustrate its effectiveness Step one of the model is to identify the decision that is going to be made Do you know exactly what you are trying to decide By not knowing what you are trying to decide makes it hard to attempt to solve a situation or problem A decision I
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