Finally, place the alternatives in order of priority.
Once you have carefully evaluated options, you’re ready to make the decision that appears to be the best choice. Your choice in Step 5 may likely be the same or like the alternative you placed at the top of your list at the end of Step 4.
"We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them." -Albert Einstein Train your brain to look at situations and problems differently, open your mind to new ideas, and use scientific reasoning on your problems.
We make decisions and solve problems every day, whether we realize it or not.
In fact, some research suggests the average adult makes up to an eye-popping 35,000 unconscious decisions a day such as, for example, what time should I get up in the morning, should I hit the snooze button, what shall I wear or eat, should I take the stairs or ride the elevator, sit, stand, exercise or not?