In our multioptional world, people often have to make rapid and momentous decisions under uncertainty. Some will find this to be more difficult than others do, and some show greater readiness to take risks than others do. Some do act rather spontaneously according to the motto “no risk, no fun,” while others can’t stop pondering without ever getting rid of the feeling that they have not yet considered and weighed all options. The readiness to assume risk declines especially with advancing age. In this context, the quality of decisions is very low depending on educational background or level of intelligence.
Common to all, however, presumably is the wish not to have overlooked any important aspect of a decision afterward and to have made a qualified and right decision. Having confidence in your decision—this is what the Decision Cube aims for.