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Click each component of the Decision Cycle for a description.


 There are two necessary reactions when receiving new information.

1. Awareness that the information received is the beginning of a new decision cycle and could be critical information.

2.     Separating the information from a very probable emotional reaction.

 Why are these keys so important? If the information received is not recognized as “New Information” you will not be alerted to the need to reassess your plan of action. Therefore, no action will be the default action. “No Action” can be a very consequential “Action”. 

 Why is it important to separate “New Information” from  “Emotional Reaction” If they are combined, instead of dealing with the facts you will be dealing with your emotions, thereby making emotional decisions, not logical ones.

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