Active Decision Making
Active Decision-Making equals making informed decisions. Although informed decision-making may take additional time and effort, in turn you will obtain direct feedback and get first hand information from individuals who are working in similar career paths of interest or who have similar characteristics and aspirations. Furthermore, this may be viewed as the most labor intensive section and typically is the most effective method used based upon feedback from other students who have made this commitment. If you begin early and implement the plan gradually, plenty of time will exist to take advantage of the many opportunities which will allow for validating present and future decisions confronting you. Make it a priority and begin the process soon.