Anyone who has been paralyzed facing a critical decision, whether personal or professional, knows that information and time are crucial for success. As David Welch, Ph.D., professor of political science at the University of Waterloo in Ontario, explains in Trust Your Own Judgement, “People who aren’t self-reflective are going to end up making bad decisions because they don’t really know what they want in the first place.” An overload of information, including the ‘small stuff’ can derail you in the decision making process and cause you to rush into a decision you may regret.
We’ve all doubted ourselves occasionally. But, if you doubt your own judgment so often that you are considered indecisive, use this workbook to develop your decision making processes. The content here will help you use your reflective intuition, quiet unsettling emotions; and, develop procedures, uniquely yours, that you can use now and in the future.
Trust Your Own Judgement