Decisions–or, more precisely, indecision–can eat up days, weeks, months, and even years of your life. However, selecting carefully does not necessarily necessitate taking your time. You must first set the groundwork, after which you may choose your strategy based on the sort of difficult decision you must make and the amount of time you have. How it works is as follows.
Reserving Time to Think.
The issue is that you don’t have enough time! However, the time crunch you’re experiencing should be a hint that you need to reconsider your daily task planning entirely. Making speedier decisions means actively allowing yourself time to make them, which may seem paradoxical. Making decisions is a chore that requires more attention than you can give it while you’re up late at night worried about that pressing issue you haven’t addressed.
Defining any Decision.
Before you make a decision, be sure you understand the nature of the decision you’re making. A job move, for example, impacts not just your work duties but also your commute, compensation, coworkers, and other factors. You may rapidly determine if (and why) you’re thrilled about a given choice by defining the important elements that both go into and will be influenced by your selection.
Browsing Through your Options.
Instead of restricting yourself to a “yes” or “no” response, consider all of your possibilities before making a decision–you could discover compromises and alternatives you didn’t see previously. In fact, think about whether you really need to make a choice. In certain circumstances, it’s perfectly OK to merely pass on a decision without making a decision.
Life is full of difficult decisions, but they don’t have to take up a lot of your time. Build a solid basis for making judgments in general, then choose from these strategies to make them faster. You’ll spend less time worrying over options and be less likely to make hasty judgments that you’ll later regret.
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