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Decision Making Process
A brief discussion of the processes involved in decision making.
# 49823 | 1,125 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2004 | US
Published on Mar 21, 2004 in Sociology (General)

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This paper provides a detailed examination of the decision making process. The writer goes through the six steps of the decision making process and how it applies to everyday life needs.

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"Everything in life is tied to a decision in one way or another. Whether it is about what to eat, what to wear, who to date, where to work or what to buy, decisions are a part of every aspect of life and society. While it is one of the most used processes in life, it is also one that is taken for granted many times. The decision making process itself has often been ignored when its full value would be valuable to the person making the decisions. When a person makes a decision they often by pass several of the steps that could help them choose the best outcome, and instead do the first thing that comes to mind. The actual decision making process has been studied for a long time and it has evolved into six steps that can be replicated in any decision that needs to be made. If a person is careful to take their time and use all six of the decision making steps they will find that they have made the best choices in almost all instances of their life."

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