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CM 5.01 MAKING DECISIONS
Routine Major TYPES OF DECISIONS
Routine Major EXAMPLES?
Personal Work Career Consumer Lifestyle CATEGORIES
Agonizer Spends a lot of time making decisions DECISION MAKING STYLES
Mystic Makes decision based on intuition DECISION MAKING STYLES
Fatalist Feels that he/she has no control over decisions DECISION MAKING STYLES
Evader “ostrich style”—ignores the decision DECISION MAKING STYLES
Plunger Makes “impulsive” decisions DECISION MAKING STYLES
Submissive Lets an authority figure make a decision DECISION MAKING STYLES
Planner Thoughtful decision-maker— makes decisions using the Decision Making Process DECISION MAKING STYLES
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