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How Do You Make Those Tough Life Decisions?

Too often, when faced with a fork in the road - whether picking up and moving cross-country or having a child - we fret and dither so long that choice is no longer an option.

2. You first
2. You first
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Think about who you are.

As Roy E. Disney, nephew to Walt and the man often credited with revitalizing the family business, once said, “When your values are dear to you, making decisions becomes easier.”

Also a factor: how people close to you will be affected by the choice.

Do not, however, use others as an excuse to head down the wrong path (for example, “I have to save for the kids’ college fund; therefore, I must accept this 80-hour-a-week job”).



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