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Conversation 46: Decision Making

Published on March 3rd, 2016 | Last updated on June 29th, 2024 by | Category: Speaking Practice in English | No Comments on Conversation 46: Decision Making | 145 Views | Reading Time: 2 minutes

Conversation 46: Decision Making with challenging questions for English students to have a discussion

Questions on decision making

  1. Which one is better: being reactive or proactive when it come to decision making? Why?
  2. Can you name the steps of decision making process?
  3. What are some simple steps to improve your decision making?
  4. I’ve heard from a famous psychologist that although considering knowledge, information and consultation are important in decision making, in almost all situations, fast decisions will lead to better results. What do You think about that?

Relevant Idioms, Expressions and Quotations

  1. Take the bull by the horns: To take decisive action in a difficult situation
  2. When it comes to the crunch: an important time when an important decision has to be made
  3. Have a voice/say in something: to have a part in making a decision
  4. Sleep on it: to postpone a decision to a later time when you can give more thought to it
  5. The die is cast: An unchangeable decision has been made

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