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These prompts are crafted to guide you through the decision-making process, recognizing that our intuition may not always be easily heard. At times, we wrestle with indecision, struggling to heed the whispers of our gut amidst the noise of uncertainty. These prompts offer a structured approach to gather information, providing clarity and insight to complement our instinctual responses. By engaging with them, we ensure that our decisions are not solely driven by fleeting feelings, but grounded in thoughtful consideration and analysis. They serve as a compass, helping us navigate choice with confidence and discernment.

  1. What is the exact decision I need to make? Clarify the specific decision you are facing.

  2. What are my options? List all the possible choices or courses of action available to you.

  3. What are the pros and cons of each option? Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of each option.

  4. What are my priorities and values? Consider your core values and what matters most to you. How do your options align with these values?

  5. What are the short-term and long-term consequences? Think about the immediate and long-lasting effects of each choice.

  6. How will this decision affect my goals and aspirations? Assess how each option may help or hinder your progress toward your personal and professional goals.

  7. Have I gathered sufficient information? Determine if you have enough information to make an informed decision, and if not, what additional information do you need?

  8. What does my gut feeling say? Trust your intuition and consider your initial gut reaction to each option. 

  9. What advice can I seek? Consult with trusted friends, family, mentors, or experts who may offer valuable insights or perspectives.

  10. What are the potential risks? Identify and evaluate any potential risks or challenges associated with each option.

  11. Can I break the decision into smaller steps? If the decision is complex, consider if you can break it down into smaller, more manageable parts. 

  12. What is my timeline? Determine if there's a specific deadline for making the decision and how it aligns with your goals.

  13. What is the worst-case scenario? Consider the worst possible outcome for each option and whether you can accept and manage it.

  14. Will I regret this decision later? Think about potential regrets in the future based on each choice.

  15. Can I sleep on it? Sometimes, taking time to reflect and sleep on a decision can provide clarity.

  16. What is my intention behind this decision? Examine your underlying motives and intentions for making a particular choice. Connect the dots using the Motives and Intentions prompts.

  17. How does this decision align with my long-term vision? Assess whether the decision is consistent with your long-term vision and life path.

  18. Am I making this decision out of fear or guilt? Reflect on whether fear or guilt is influencing your decision-making process.

  19. What is my level of commitment? Consider how committed you are to implementing the chosen course of action.

  20. Can I accept uncertainty? Recognize that not all decisions will have clear-cut outcomes, and some level of uncertainty may be involved.

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