A decision-making process is regarded as the cognitive process resulting in the selection of a belief or a course of action among several possible alternative options. It could be either rational or irrational. As the diagram suggests, there are usually six steps that everyone has to decide. The first state frames the decision: to decide is to commit to a course of action. List possible pros and cons: write down all pros and cons one can think of. Evaluate the importance of pros and cons: quantify the significance. Assess the possibility of pros and cons: a certain pro or con rates a 10. Weigh the pros and cons: multiply the rating for importance times the rating for possibility. Review and reflect: review and reflect all factors you have listed and quantified. Use EdrawMax or EdrawMax Online to make a decision-making process diagram.