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December 5, 2018

Make the Best Decisions — 4D Thinking

Traditionally people use a single one dimensional approach to decision making. Should I take this job? Should I buy this car? etc. By leveraging 4D thinking people can see 360 degrees and truly make the best decisions.

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4D THINKING

Traditionally people use a single one dimensional approach to decision making. Should I take this job? Should I buy this car? etc. By leveraging 4D thinking people can see 360 degrees and truly make the best decisions.

For example, Should I buy a new Audi A6? Well what is the criteria for this decision?

With The SWOT Analysis 4D thinking you apply the SWOT methodology to this decision. This opens up the questions and requires you think through all sides of the decision.

Audi A6 SWOT Analysis Decision

Try this yourself on the following questions (www.swotanalysis.com): 

Should I buy this house

Should I date this person

Should I buy this car

Should I move for this job

Should I take this job

Should I leave my job

Should I join this group

Should I invest in this stock

Should I sell this stock

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December 5, 2018