Every day, we face hundreds of choices — from what to eat for dinner to the more complex ones that impact our future.

Most of us aren't equipped for problem-solving because it's not something we're taught in school. But, it's a skill set that everyone should have in their toolkit. 

One way to acquire it is by using decision making models, a process used to simplify the process. These four decision making models offer different ways to help you think about various problems and make better decisions.

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