do eeoicpa recommended decisions usually remain the same in the final decision?

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You are just cautious and you want to weigh everything before you make a decision. There is nothing wrong with that except when it's an emergency.

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I think they are all equally used. It depends on the situation and what is going on when you first process information and decide (subconsciously) what is the best way to remember the information you need.

Answered: Need help with a big decision

Thanks James, a very good response. The premise to move and accept this job weighs entirely on 2 considerations. 1. The job is in a small family owned business. The owners are God loving people having the highest moral and ethical values. My attraction to this "job" and the family is simply ...

Answered: What do you do when you can't make a decision?

Wanda, What you are describing is what we Social Psychologists refer to as Cognitive Dissonance. While many people are under the impression that they just go with their "gut" the reality is we as human beings utilize several methodologies which non-humans do not have the capacity to perform. For ...

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that all paper weren't checked..
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