Three steps to better decision-making

Defined Contrarian 2020

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Sometimes even the most sensible and considered choices can lead to unexpected and unwelcome outcomes. And, when things go wrong, it can cause an array of negative responses. This can range from knee-jerk reactions, to stalled choices and less confidence in your decision-making.

It’s always going to hurt when things don’t go as planned. But, by understanding whether you’ve made a good or bad choice, you can react effectively and help ensure that one unwelcome outcome doesn’t lead to another.

In this paper, we teach you the three steps to better decision-making.

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