Decision Making Versus Problem Solving
Research and data are required to use your critical thinking skill’s to the fullest. We all have our own way of coping with life on life’s terms. When you’re set on decision making versus problem solving there is a formula to the process. You need to generate an idea and then consider the options. Estimate your results and outcome in the end.
What will be good in the long run and what can the decision solve. When you have the capability to analyze each situation from multiple stand points you learn that the path you choose needs to be clearly stated. Generate what’s going on in your head and figure it out. Write things down, make graphs and really put the option in front of yourself, how you see fit.
There is a ladder effect that has a snowball effect on life when you put your thought process to work. Problem solving is to reach one or more solutions to the problem. There is no correct direct path to the conclusion. Use your connections and people involved in your support system for feedback. Think creatively and put your ideas into each process.
Think, problem sold and then create different ways and structures to make things better. When it’s all said and done you can also look back and make the decision on if you had made the right decision or not. Do not over think your process, use it as a chance to learn. Make educated decisions on all of the problems that you make.