Drifting Into

This might be the most common decision-making technique of all.  It consists of having a few alternatives vaguely in mind.  You then discuss the issue with family and friends, getting more or less good input.  At some point, outer circumstances open up an opportunity and we sort of drift into one of the options we were thinking about.

This is not totally random.  There is some direction in the drift, but it is not fully conscious.  By using this technique, you can easily fall into traditional roles and decisions to follow the path of least resistance.


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Table of Contents

I. Chapter One: Introduction to Life Planning

II. Chapter Two: Your Past

III. Chapter Three: The Influence Of Generations

IV. Chapter Four: Your Present

V. Chapter Five: Your Future

VI. Chapter Six: Your Alternatives

VII. Chapter Seven: Making The Decision

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