There is no one right way to make a good decision.

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At this stage I’m told that I’m flip-flopping, and that I make no sense. My response to this is: what if there is a 4-step process of making decisions that cover all of our decision-making faculties, both thinking AND feeling?

The challenge with arguing about the right way to make decisions is that our decision making is as unique as we are. Much like a 2-party political systems arguing over who is better than who, warring over what kind of decisions are right is never going to end. It is not until we realize that differing values dictate differing decision-making, that we begin to end the war on who is right.

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Merja Sumiloff

Merja Sumiloff

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Integration Mentor, personality profiler, Founder of Sumiloff Academy of Human Integration