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Decision making-7th

TermDefinition
Good Decision a decision in which you have carefully considered the outcome of each choice
Consequence the result of a decision
Positive consequence a result that can help you or others
Negative consequence a result that does harm to you or others
6 steps to making good decisions 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 believe to be of great importance
Options different choices you can make
Brainstorming thinking of all the possible ways to carry out a decision
Peer pressure a feeling that you should do something because your friends want you to
Negative peer pressure pressure to do something harmful to you or others
Positive peer pressure pressure to do something that will benefit you or someone else
Self-esteem the way you value, respect and feel confident about yourself
Interests something you enjoy and want to learn more about
Short term goals tasks that you can accomplish in hours, days, or weeks
Long term goals goals that can take months or even years to reach
Goal something you want and are willing to work for
Success the achievement of your goals
Persistence the commitment to keep working toward your goal even when things happen that make you want to quit
Coping dealing with problems in an effective way
Communication ability to exchange information and the ability to express your thoughts and feelings clearly
Listening skills paying attention to the person who is speaking, making eye contact, asking questions when you don't understand
Refusal skills strategies to avoid doing something you don't want to do
Examples of refusal skills 1. say no 2. stand your ground 3. avoid risky situations 4. stay focused on the problem 5. walk away
Created by: adafler