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Brexit: There Is No Right or Wrong Way

Jojo Furnival | Posted 29.06.2017 | UK Politics
Jojo Furnival

WRONG WAY, GO BACK. I walk underneath this sign every day. Every day, on my way to work in marketing and communications for a charity, I look at this sign.

Making Difficult Decisions

Naomi Barrow | Posted 03.06.2016 | UK Universities & Education
Naomi Barrow

Mum probably won't still be here when I graduate. She will probably die whilst I'm still at uni. I have to cram twenty or thirty years of visits into twenty or thirty days/weeks/months. I have to ask all my questions now; predict what I might want to know in years to come. Each birthday might be Mum's last, so rather than forget it I want to make it special.

It's OK to have regrets

Jared Joffe | Posted 26.05.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Jared Joffe

I began thinking about this in depth a few weeks ago, and wanted to do a spot survey with some of my friends. I asked everyone I encountered last week, what their biggest regret was (that they'd feel comfortable sharing). I was amazed at how many people told me that they don't have any regrets in life.

If You're on the Wrong Path, Find Another One

Suzanne Hoare | Posted 25.03.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Suzanne Hoare

When considering my 16 year old self, I see a naïve, but ambitious, girl who wants to make her parents proud. At 18, she knows she is good at Law - her exam results say so - and she can't think of anything she would rather do at university. So, that's the path she chooses.

The Mistrals: An Ill-Wind for EU Arms Transfer Controls

Roy Isbister | Posted 21.01.2015 | UK Politics
Roy Isbister

It is not just France's credibility that's at stake over the way it has handled a sale of two Mistral class assault ships to Russia, but the credibility of the whole EU Common Position on arms transfers.

Why Do Politicians Bottle the Big Decisions?

Stuart Thomson | Posted 03.01.2015 | UK Politics
Stuart Thomson

So why do politicians appear to bottle the difficult decisions? The easy answer is that they do not want to take a chance with paying the electoral consequences of such decisions. The balance between 'winners' and 'losers' would be such that any government taking the action would be punished at the next election, it is said.

Making Decisions Easier

Amisha Bhavsar | Posted 01.01.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Amisha Bhavsar

From the moment we wake up till we go to bed, we make hundreds of decisions. Life is a continuous stream of decision making. Despite it being a common activity, most of us struggle with decision-making.

Make Better Life Choices

Simon Haas | Posted 15.10.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Simon Haas

There are certain choices in life that are "difficult". Often, this is not because we lack the information we need to make them. Neither is it because it's hard to gauge which option will benefit us more. Rather, it's because these choices are defining - they define who we are as human beings.

How to Make a Great Decision... Every Time

Rebecca Fredericks | Posted 13.10.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Rebecca Fredericks

Decisions, decisions, decisions. Life is made up of a million decisions. Some of them are big decisions, like whether you want to have children, and what you want to do for a living, and others are little decisions, like what to have for breakfast, or what to watch at the cinema this Saturday.

Bedroom Tax - Finally Killed by Plain Old Common-Sense?

Rob Atkinson | Posted 11.04.2014 | UK Politics
Rob Atkinson

The Bedroom Tax - the most ill-conceived, misbegotten, malicious and counter-productive piece of misguided legislation since - well, since the Poll Tax - may just have been dealt a fatal blow by a Tribunal judge wielding the trusty old sword of common-sense.

How Do You Make Big Decisions?

Adele Barlow | Posted 17.09.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Adele Barlow

When it comes to making pivotal decisions, I really don't think that anyone else can give you the answers that only you are best placed to address, but I do think that there are three helpful questions that can help when wrestling with a major career decision.

Confessions Of A First Year Student - The Epitome Of Happiness

Eve Betts | Posted 19.05.2013 | UK Universities & Education
Eve Betts

So now we have a house on a road with trees lining the street and an alarming fascination with vintage furniture. It's almost as exciting as the time I thought Jon Snow winked at me in a guest lecture. He didn't.

Your Fantastic Intuition: Ignore Her At Your Peril

Alice Grist | Posted 07.07.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Alice Grist

For some time now I have been ignoring my intuition on a certain subject, and allowing my intellect to bargain it's way forward. Of course two spiritual books down the road, I should know better, but sometimes things are easier written than done!

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How To Be A Better Decision Maker

HuffingtonPost.com | Kyrsty Jade Hazell | Posted 14.11.2011 | UK Lifestyle

The average Brit makes 773,618 decisions in a lifetime but lives to regret as many as 143,262 of them, a study has found. Deliberating for nine mi...