Your Decision Journal

Improve The Quality of Your Decision-Making

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Making good decisions is hard

It can be hard to make good decisions in life and business.

You try and make decisions quickly but miss vital bits of information, leaving you frustrated and your boss annoyed.  

Making the wrong decision is seen negatively, so you find yourself seeking more information which just makes you appear slow.

You’ve tried different ways of deciding that haven’t worked, and you’re feeling unsure of how to make future decisions.

Some of the problems you may be facing:

• You’re unsure of how to make an effective decision and you’re being seen as indecisive

• You find yourself getting flustered when forced to decide

• You’ve made decisions in the past, but can’t remember what you did

• You struggle to separate past decisions from their outcomes

• You don’t have time to learn about mental models and cognitive biases

• You’ve read a couple of books, but can’t turn their ideas into actionable steps

You know that you need to make some changes to be seen as an effective decision maker.

Without clarity of thought, you’ll struggle to make good decisions.

Stop Making Bad Decisions.
Start Writing.

Your Decision Journal gives you a clear roadmap to improve your decision quality, and helps you improve your future decisions.

What's Inside?

Three mini sections for you to write about your decisions from beginning to the end.

Decide

Simple questions to get you thinking and writing about the decision ahead.

Experience

The moment you explain what happened and why.

Learn

Easy questions to help you learn from the past and improve the future.

Clarify your decisions by using a system to decide.

Learn to master your decision-making by answering simple questions that will evolve into a mental process to help you decide.

Record the outcome by describing the experience.

Recording what happens after you decide separates the decision from the outcome.

Learn from your decisions and experiences.

Reflecting on your decision and experiences gives you the chance to observe and learn for the future.

Your Decision Journal Guide

Table of Contents

Here is what you'll find in the guide—in broad strokes.

Contents of Your Decision Journal Guide

What's inside

• Welcome
• The Dividing Line That Separates Good and Bad Decision-Makers
• Why Use a Decision Journal?
• How Do You Decide?
• The Upside to Slowing Down Your Decision-Making
• Using Your Decision Journal
• Step 1 - Decide
• Step 2 - Experience
• Step 3 - Learn
•The Fallacy Within Your Memories

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FAQ's

Who is this for? 

Your Decision Journal is for ideal for young adults who are finding themselves having to make big, important decisions in their lives.

What problem does this solve?

Important decisions need you to be clear with your thoughts and actions. Your Decision Journal helps you write about your decisions which brings you the clarity to decide.

What is the difference between journaling and Your Decision Journal?

A journal offers you the space to write, but it can be about anything and everything. Your Decision Journal captures your decisions as you decide, records your experience, and gives you the space to learn—letting you improve future decisions.

Why is this only available as Notion Template?

Notion is the all one workspace that leads you work with documents and tables in one space. Notion offers the right functionality for Your Decision Journal—and it's free to download and use.

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