Decision-Making Functions
People usually approach decisions with their strongest functions: either sensing or intuiting and feeling or thinking. The habitually opposite functions are generally weaker or blind spots. After reviewing your preferred styles, you may choose to use other functions more. Consulting people with complementary strengths can be helpful.
Do you rely more on your senses (sight, hearing, touch, taste, smell)?

Or more on intuition (inner imagery, mental pictures)?
Rely more on feelings (likes & dislikes; joys, loves, hates)?
Or more on thinking (logic, symbolic points & principles)?
If you have a major decision to make, you can be more efficient and comprehensive by using Major Decision Structure

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