This video explores four more ways to make a decision if you are finding it difficult. Weigh your options. If the options have a very similar weighting, then the selection doesn't matter. Toss a coin and you'll know while the coin is still in the air. Choose the simplest option. Choose the one that your people want or have chosen, if you personally don't mind either way.
- So let's say you've been working on a problem,…and you've got two possible options,…and you just can't decide which one to go for.…Should you go for the car or the motorbike?…Should you go on holiday in America or Europe?…Which one of the two houses should you choose,…when they both have pros and cons?…Should you take that risky new job,…or stick with the one you've got?…You just can't decide.…Well I'd like to suggest four very simple ways…that you could make this decision.…First is that if the decision is very close,…then it doesn't matter which one you choose.…
Both the car and the bike will…make you happy in different ways.…Both the USA and the Europe trips will be brilliant,…so just pick one.…The only tragedy would be to end up not going at all,…because you can't decide.…I'm fascinated by this idea, that the decision…doesn't matter, even though it could…be a really big one, like where to live.…The two paths that your life will take are…going to be different, but both will be fine,…so it doesn't matter.…This then allows you to take one of my second,…
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