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Decision making can be extremely stressful, as I am sure you know. As an ex-procrastinator/perfectionist, decision making usually leads to depression and anxiety; but I can proudly say, that is no longer the case. After discovering that each and every situation we experience boiled down to three choices, decision making was no longer my enemy. There are three options you have in every situation. The only three options.

©2015 Alexaray Taylor (P)2015 Alexaray Taylor

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practical wisdom distilled briefly and succinctly

well thought and well articulated, liberating,
soothing, real life lessons and experience,
three options , propably four, minimize and simplify!

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Not for complex business decision making

I think this is a very practical guide for someone who is completely lost with making basic decisions in life -- and feeing okay with less that a perfect outcome in the decision being made. I was looking for a book that would help with objective assessment of multiple complex options, as I tend to put off decisions when there are too many options -- this book did not provide that. I probably just picked the wrong book. Otherwise, I do like the simplicity in this approach for everyday basic decision making