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'The problem is I can't tell the difference between a deeply wise, intuitive nudge from the Universe and one of my own bone-headed ideas!'
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'Sorry, Mary, but my intuition has been telling me to avoid hunches altogether!'
'I'm bringing you into the decision-making process, Ferguson - Pick a number between one and ten.'
"Myra is adamant about only one thing-creative control."
King Solomon's Pollster.
'They're all involved in the decision-making process.'
"Oh, no! How are we going to divide this space by seven?"
Desk trays - 'In', 'Out', and 'It depends'.
'I'm not a decision-maker. That's because I'm not good at apologizing.'
"The shipping industry has a name for the bold type of corporate restructuring we're about to undertake..."
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'I'm bringing you into the decision-making process, Ruggles. Here -- flip this coin.'
"This frat better be worth it!"
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"I'm just not sure if I want to bring a child into this crazy, messed-up world."
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"Basically, we have two options: #1: Do what I want or #2: Endure an excruciatingly dull presentation..."
"It seems our new computer system is allowing us to implement idiotic ideas ten times faster than we've previously been able to!"
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Blank head looks at emojis in closet.
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'OK, all those in favour of delegating decision-making, shrug your shoulders.'
In-trays and Out-trays at the Department of Defence
"The job stress was already bad enough, but now I have to choose between 56 flavors of coffee."
"That's unanimous then - we don't know what to do."
"Lately, I've begun to question your decision-making process, Markham."
After a day long meeting, the decision, as usual, is made in the hallway.
"Hmm...I'm still undecided."
Decisions: Yes or No, 'Or maybe?'