When you have a decision to make, the first place to start is not with a pro/con list. Instead, start with a Q+A list: questions and arrows. I’ll use an example from my own life so you can see how this simple next-right-thing practice can help you discern your way through complicated, nuanced decisions. Listen in.

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emily p freemanI’m Emily and I’m glad you’re here! 

We all approach decision-making differently. Want to know your decision-making personality? Take the short decision-making style quiz.