How to handle a tough decision

09/9/2013 | Forbes

The next time you're faced with a difficult decision, think about whether you have all the information you need to make your choice, recommends Kathy Caprino. If the answer is no, learn more about the situation and get advice from other people before coming to a conclusion, she recommends. Also, avoid stressing out over decisions that you aren't yet ready to make, or that aren't yours to make in the first place, she writes.

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