The Three C's

Problem Solving/Decision Making
The Three C's

  1. Clarify the problem or the decision to be made.
  2. Consider the possible alternatives (think about the different things you might decide to do) and the consequences of choosing each alternative; collect any additional information needed. (If you are solving a problem, think up as many solutions as possible.)
  3. Choose the best alternative and take the necessary action. Be sure to follow through on your decision.