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Are morning after pills effective: The case for decisions

You wake up the following day after making a decision and say, “Now what?” What did I do to myself? The morning after pills is usually taken within 72 hours after unprotected sex to protect against unwanted pregnancy. Are there pills you can take to protect against morning blues you may have in the morning […]

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Decide and Conquer: The executing stage

Now it’s time to decide and conquer. The executing stage is the third and final stage of the decision-making process. The executing stage has four steps. 1. Select and execute After doing your homework, it’s time to select your final decision. Delayed firing Avoid delay and not knowing when to fire and execute. At some […]

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5 Exit strategies for businesses to use in life decisions

Think of decisions like a change of position, and no one thinks of positioning better than investors. So why not borrow some of their exit strategies for businesses to implement in your decision-making strategies? Here are 5 exit strategies for businesses to use in small and big life decisions. Merger & Acquisition (M&A) exit strategy […]

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Exit Strategy: Front & back strategies in decisions

What is an exit strategy? An exit strategy is simply a way out. Financial investors and start-ups always have one thing on their mind, their exit strategy. What about your decisions? You need to be prepared. What if you change your mind later? You will have a way to exit and move on. The mere […]

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Tradeoffs economics in decision-making

What is tradeoff economics? Economics is all about tradeoffs. For every choice, there is an opportunity cost. On a personal level, we make thousands of decisions every day. At the supermarket, we choose which groceries to buy. Choices are based on constraints such as money or values such as health habits. In big decisions such […]