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Decision Making Strategize Your Game Plan “It doesn't matter which side of the fence you get off on sometimes. What matters most is getting off. You cannot make progress without making decisions.” - Jim Rohn
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Attendance Question What is one decision you have to make in the near future (e.g., major, classes to register for, internships/jobs to apply for, plans for your weekend)?
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Career Topic Presentation Instructions, rubric list of topic choices on Blackboard. Presentations begin 03/27 Presentation schedule and suggested topics on Blackboard (‘Assignments’ tab). Be prepared to choose topic on 03/06.
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Decision Making Process of identifying and selecting alternatives based largely on the preferences of the decision maker Based on: Goals Lifestyle Values Past Experiences
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Decisions Potentially empowering Success oriented Setting realistic goals Specific time frames
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Decisions Evaluated by probability of success or effectiveness Can be simple, everyday Choosing a movie to watch, wardrobe Can be life changing, have greater consequences Choosing a career, finding a life partner
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Barriers to Decision Making Attitudes shape your behavior and ability to make confident decisions. Poor outcomes result from: A negative attitude Limited knowledge Lack of personal responsibility for consequences
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Decision Making Styles Planning Impulsive Intuitive Compliant Delaying
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Planning “Weighing the facts” Consider: Values, objectives, necessary information, alternatives, and consequences A rational approach Balance between thinking and feeling
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