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Decision Making-6th

Good Decision a decision in which you have carefully considered the outcome of each choice
Consequence result of an action you take
Short term consequence something that happens right away and doesn't last long
Long term consequence something that happens over time
6 steps to decision making 1. Identify the problem 2. Consider your values 3. List the options 4. Weigh the consequences 5. Decide and act 6. Evaluate your choice
Values beliefs that you consider to be of great importance
Option one of several choices you can make
Brainstorming thinking of all the possible ways to carry out your decision
Peer Pressure the feeling that you should do something because your friends want you to
Positive peer pressure can help you make the right decisions
Negative peer pressure can keep you from doing the right thing
Refusal skills strategies you can use to avoid doing something you don't want to do
Examples of refusal skills 1. saying no 2. standing your ground 3. Avoiding dangerous situations 4. stay focused on the issue 5. walk away
Assertiveness the self-confidence to defend your thoughts, feelings or beliefs in a way that is honest, respectful and not harmful to anyone
Goal Something you work toward and hope to achieve
Short term goal a goal that doesn't take long to reach
Long term goal a goal that can sometimes take years
Self-esteem the way you value, respect and feel confident about yourself
Success the achievement of a goal
Resource something you use to help you reach a goal
Progress a step toward your goal
Reward a prize you give yourself for accomplishing a task
Created by: adafler