Issue #6– January 26, 2007
by: Andrew LulyEveryone has to make some decisions in their life; some decisions are easy ones like what type of cereal to eat for breakfast, and some are harder like whether or not you should drop out of college. Instead of reaching for the magic 8 ball to decide your fate, sit down and consider the possibilities.
First, how many people could your decision effect? Depending on the numbers involved, you may want to consider your options before you make a decision. Use all the brains you can borrow: talk to someone. Someone else might think of something that you might have looked over, and it's always good to talk about what's going on in your life with someone else.
Finally when you are facing a decision that just seems to difficult or to overwhelming, try to forget about it for a little while. Even though you are not directly thinking about it, your brain constantly goes through ideas until subconsciously you come up on a decision.
Always remember, you have a choice, no matter what. Napoleon Bonaparte once said that, "Nothing is more difficult, and therefore more precious, than to be able to decide."
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