- Be organised. Decide what to do first.
- List what you have to do according to their importance. A(most), B(less) or C(low). Attend to A first, then B, lastly C. Stick to your plan.
- Complete one task before starting another.
- Try to take less time to do each task, without sacrificing on quality.
- List the points affecting the decision.
- Weigh the pros and cons of each point.
- Face up to facts. Don't be blinded by feelings.
- Think calmly.
- Don't be afraid to ask for help.
- Discuss the points with those who may be affected by the decision. In this way, they will see how the choice is made and be more willing to bear with the bad points.
- Learn from your experience.
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