New Book THE ART OF MAKING GOOD DECISIONS Simplifies Decision-Making

New Book THE ART OF MAKING GOOD DECISIONS Simplifies Decision-Making

Feeling stumped, stymied, or stupefied by a big (or small) decision? A new book, The Art of Making Good Decisions by Philip Kimble, takes the guesswork out of common decision-making quandaries and explains how to make good, solid, choices-easily, quickly, and consistently.

Sources estimate that an individual makes more than 30,000 conscious decisions each day. While most decisions are relatively minor-researchers at Cornell University suggest that persons typically make over 200 decisions a day on food alone-decisions, even the small ones, matter. Consequently, being able to make consistently good, solid decisions is vitally important to our well-being, our livelihood, and our happiness.

Written by Atlanta area resident Philip Kimble, The Art of Making Good Decisions, explains how-and why-to make good decisions. A groundbreaking book filled with fascinating insights, tips, tricks and techniques, The Art of Making Good Decisions is published in trade paper (ISBN: 978-1542404075, 168 pages, $9.95) and eBook ($9.50) editions and is now available wherever fine books are sold.

Author Philip Kimble takes readers on an enlightening journey through the decision-making process in The Art of Making Good Decisions. In this thoughtful and thought-provoking guide, Kimble sheds light on such topics as: the three driving elements to any decision; elements of the decision model sequence; the key component behind bad decisions; how to recognize a good decision; what happens when decisions need to be tweaked-aka zigging and zagging; becoming a more confident decision maker; and other important topics. Moreover, The Art of Making Good Decisions is filled with step-by-step examples, sage advice, and anecdotes.

Clear, concise, and imminently readable, The Art of Making Good Decisions presents an eye-opening look at the decision making process. Part how-to manual, part coach, part mentor in a book, The Art of Making Good Decisions is intended for anyone who has struggled with making decisions.

So the next time you find yourself frustrated, flummoxed, or frazzled when facing a decision, take heart: by applying the principles outlined in The Art of Making Good Decisions, you can begin your transition from inaction to decisiveness and bring sense and clarity to choices. Now that's a good decision.

Philip Kimble lives in the Atlanta area with his wife Julie.



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