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Chapter 9. The Art of Making Intelligent... > Recognizing the Need for an Importan...

Recognizing the Need for an Important Decision

Much of the worst decision-making is the result of the failure to recognize that a decision is at hand. The result, then, is that many decisions are made subconsciously—and therefore, often, egocentrically or sociocentrically. Many decisions that people make about friends, associates, schoolwork, family, choice of amusement (including alcohol and drug use), and personal satisfaction are a result of “mindless” decisions (“It never occurred to me!” “I just didn't realize!”). These are often the “after-the-fact” explanations when the negative implications of the decisions are realized.


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