HOw Do You Avoid Making Bad choices?

February 14, 2008 9:10am CST
To buy or not to buy? to settle or not to settle? to look for another or to just be contented with the thing that is in front of you at the moment? Whether you're looking for a new job, a gift for someone or even a soulmate, its hard to know whether to take what you have just seen o continue looking. So how do you avoid picking the wrong choice?
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@ILANEDRI (1921)
• Israel
14 Feb 08
EVERYBODY wrong sometimes.i love to risk but still im ot like to be too rush. before every choice i think deeply whats the best and the wrong case and just decide. after taking a bad decision i just look for something that will balance the wrong decision.
• Philippines
18 Feb 08
yes i do that too. whenever i made bad decisions i always see to it that i just make another one that i will surely be proud of, that kind of decision that i could say is the "best". maybe thats the way real life goes. =)
@kykidd (6818)
• United States
14 Feb 08
I think a lot of times it is good to think things through. I will often put off purchases as long as possible. Sometimes it turns out you save money because you end up doing without, or not needing the product you once thought you needed.
• Philippines
15 Feb 08
thats was a very good advice! I just hope I will remember that when I went to the mall and shop for things and stuff or even when I'm in the supermarket for my groceries. lol! I tend to put it all in the grocery cart! bring it all on! rofl. tsk tsk. shopaholic me.
@se7enthbird (8322)
• Philippines
27 Apr 08
i am always having a problem on gifts. my wife likes only the simple ones but still i am having a hard time choosing gifts for her. maybe because i just like her to love it that i am having the craziest time to choose what to give. so far when it comes to buying her gifts i always end up on buying something she likes. in regarding to work... well life is trial and error. you learn from making mistakes. you pick up the pieces and try all over again. learning lessons and being wiser. i live in with my wife for four years before asking her to marry me.... i think that too also is in trial and error. luckily we ended up getting married. we are married now for 5 years and we have a two year old son.