Improve your chances of getting more of what you really want by making better decisions. Whether a decision is good or bad depends on how we make it, not on the outcome. To be sure we reach a decision which makes sense and feels right, we need to understand the concepts of what makes a good, quality, decision. Making quality decisions consistently has a higher percentage of getting good outcomes.
By applying the principles and process described here, we can reach DQ in a systematic manner. Although the approach is sound for all decisions, it is not practical for the many in-the-moment decisions where time is short. Some of these in-the-moment decisions can be life shaping—e.g., our response in emergencies or our choice to become a passenger with a driver that has been drinking alcohol. Also, the sum total of many small decisions, when taken together, may have a very big impact on our life.Learn More
The decision process we recommend builds learning into making each specific decision: go through the decision—once quickly—not to decide, but to identify what you may be missing in the six links. Then, before you really decide, use that learning to improve the weakest elements in the decision.Learn More