Consider the results of your decision and evaluate whether it resolved the need you identified in Step 1.
If the decision has not met the identified need, you may want to repeat certain steps of the process to make a new decision.
Collect relevant information: what information is needed, sources of information and how to get it.
This process involves internal efforts, seeking a decision through self-assessment.
When a big decision seems like it could be too much to tackle all at once, break it down, take small steps, get more information, reconsider and then make the next decision.
It helps make the decision-making process a lot easier.
They will always seek to determine whether the ideas, arguments and findings represent the entire picture and are open to finding that they do not.
Critical thinkers will identify, analyse and solve problems systematically rather than by intuition or instinct.