4 Tips to Help Decision Making

These really work for me.

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Comments (5)

(5) Jennie, December 17, 2015 4:17 AM


As with all advice we can take what we like from yours and not use the rest. For me I thought it was a good starting point. I do very much like the first one. Flip a coin is great. Have to try that. TMI too I absolutely use. Yes liked them all.

(4) Mike, December 16, 2015 2:41 AM

Listening is not doing

Regarding point #4: it's not that you should not always listen to your trusted adviser (if not always listening-why ever listen). rather, you are not obligated to always agree and act as they suggest on any given subject.

(3) Kent, December 15, 2015 2:59 PM

My decision making process

Never take a decision when fear, pressure or confusion is involved.


(2) Sheila Hecker, December 15, 2015 2:43 PM

Like your advice on being objective....I also told my young ones to project them selves into the future,,,,10 years...and look back at the decision that they made
hope all is well with you and Teme and your growing family
Still involved!

(1) SusanE, December 13, 2015 6:35 PM

Great subject for many people to consider.

I don't usually give advice to others. I would feel soooo guilty if my advice gave them a bad outcome, but I like the flip the coin. An episode on Friends television sitcom used that idea to show a characters true feelings about a decision relating to a potential problem When she was duped into thinking the problem didn't exist, she was sad. Seems the less easy outcome was what she really wanted. - - - - The TMI is so true. The larger the menu in a restaurant, the longer it takes me to decide. Someone said there are no wrong decisions. I'm not so sure about that statement. Thank you Rabbi. Making this video was a very good decision.


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