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Three Phases of the Decision-making Process

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Please apply the three phases of the decision-making process to the following:
1. A personal-social objective.
2. An educational objective.
3. A career objective.

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Please apply the three phases of the decision-making process to the following:
The three stages associated with decision-making include first identifying the purpose of a decision that will be made, secondly gathering information on the decision, and third judging the alternatives for a decision.
1. A personal-social objective.

First a person must identify a personal-social objective that ...

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Three important steps in the decision-making process.

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