A Tool for Making Wiser Choices
A good life is the result of good decisions, especially around love and work. However, we seldom accord the business of decision-making the careful attention it requires. When faced with a large decision, we lack rituals and procedures. We typically procrastinate, lean on the nearest person or rush headlong into an unexamined solution. Fortunately, decision making is a skill and one that can be learnt. The chief enemy of wise decision-making is a lack of sufficient perspectives on a problem.
The Decision Dice invites us to think through an issue from six distinct angles: our Enemy, our Gut, Death, Caution, Courage and our Parents. As we try out, juggle with and then synthesise these perspectives, we will feel our sense of possibility expand, and a tolerable way forward will gradually emerge from our present confusion.