Unformatted text preview: .' Making Good DeciSions:
A Framework .— .——.— '— — Decision making is the process of deciding among various alternatives.
Whether you are trying to decide between a Ford or a Honda; between an
apartment that is close to your job or one that is close to campus; or simply
between a hamburger or pizza—every one of these choices requires a decision,
Some decisions are easily made and have few consequences, but others, such
as whether to major in music composition or follov.r a pro-med course of study, can involve the deepest examination of our beliefs and values.
Whatever the decision you face, it is possible to map out a strategy for making the choice that is best for you, Every decision can beneﬁt from your
systematically thinking through the options involved, based on the P.O.W.E.R. Plan illustrated below. ...
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