The Six Steps of the Decision Making Process
Updated: 1/12/2020
The Six Steps of the Decision Making Process
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  • First step: Define the need.
  • I need a car.
  • Second step: List your options for meeting the need.
  • List of Options:Honda Civic: $19,550Toyota Camry: $24,425Nissan Sentra: $17,990 Ford Fusion: $23,170Jeep Wrangler: $28,295
  • Third step: Compare the options you have identified.
  • Nissan Sentra:Advantages: Above average mileage Spacious interior Good steering and handling Low price Disadvantage:Weak base engineDated styling Expensive high-end models
  • Make a decision between two of the cheapest cars.
  • Honda Civic:Advantages:Fun-to-drive Safe carReputation for being extremely dependable Attractive looking rimsFamily-Friendly SedanDisadvantages:More expensive No All Wheel Drive
  • Fourth step: Make your decision.
  •  I've taken a great look at my options and I'm going to have to go with Honda Civic. Even though it's more expensive than the other, I would still have to pay more for parts, if the other car gets damaged. Also, this car is much more dependable.
  • Fifth step: Take action based on your decision.
  • Time to go purchase this new car!!
  • Last step: Re-evaluate your decision.
  • Mission Accomplished! In love with my new car!
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