Decisions, Decisions, Decide!
How to make better decisions for yourself
The second step in the Decision Making Model is to estimate your resources. You need to list the resources you have aviable. For example- The resources that I have aviable are $100, prices, knowledge, sizes, etc.
The third step of the Decision Making Model is to consider the alternatives. For example-If I get a dress, I will be able to wear it to important or fancy places. I will also get to brag to my friends about how cute my new dress is. But if I save up money for a house, I will have a better place to live, I could have the money that I would need to pay off taxes and pay for gas, I would also have a better future for my family and I.
The fourth step of the Decision Making Model is to gather information. For example-The dress that I want is $75 plus tax. I really like the dress but it's just so much money! I tried on the dress and the tag doesn't scratch my neck, it itsn't to loose, and it isn't to tight. But as for saving up money for a house, I will have the money I need to have a happy future. Plus, it's free to save up for a house.
The fith step of the Decision Making Model is to decide what you want to do with your money. For example-I am going to save up for a house instead of buying a $75 dress.
The last step of the Decision Making Model is to evaluat your decision. Explain why you chose this decision of what to do with your money. For example-I chose to save my money because I would be saving money for a house later in life and because I can always wait for that dress to go on clearence, or wait until I get a coupon for the dress.
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