decision-making - ways to go but we choose where we want to...

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Megan O’Connor 26 April 2011 HFed 340 I think that it is very possible for two people to come up with different decisions using this process. Everyone is different and may identify the situation the same but will gather different information or come up with different alternatives. There could be many positive outcomes and each person will decide which way they go. Life takes us on many roads but we essentially can choose the roads we travel down. There are many different
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Unformatted text preview: ways to go but we choose where we want to go. This can result in many rational decisions. Decision-making is the process of making choices or reaching conclusions and the cognitive process of reaching a decision. We can make the choices if we go through the decision-making process and make a rational decision. This shows many rational decisions can come out of this process....
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