“I am a slow walker. But I never walk back.”Abraham Lincoln
Students approach decision-making in very different ways. Some are very impulsive and see decision-making as something to rush into and are very comfortable making changes on the fly. Others take a cautious approach and carefully consider all options before deciding on a course of action. Each situation demands its own customized strategy and students must reason through the options to select the right one.
According to former president Abraham Lincoln, you should be careful and consistent with your decisions.
You should make quick decisions and change your mind.
Can you make good decisions by changing your mind?
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