How To Import Templates Into Great Decisions

Great Decisions Training: To use Great Decisions Software to it's full extent, you will want to come up with all the variables of each decision you will make. This may require some research unless you are clear what variables are already most important to you.

For example, let's say you are interested in purchasing an adjustable desk. You will want to list all the variables or attributes that are most important to you.

Great Decisions Templates Examples:

  • Edge type (for clamping microphones or whatever...)
  • Dimensions
  • Motor type
  • What reviews say
  • Color options
  • and so on...

What could be better than someone giving you already-researched templates for your Great Decisions Software? To save you time, we built a library of templates that you can easily and quickly import into your Great Decisions Software.

Your startup time should be minimal! Importing your ideal template saves you typing time, but also the time required to research any topic of interest.

In this training video, I will demonstrate how to import a template from the decision making template library into Great Decisions Software. The video is short so play it a couple of times to the directions are second nature to you. You will get the most out of your software this way. Any save yourself a lot of time.

By using the templates you will save time and assist you to make sure you have the right attributes you are measuring for certain related decisions.

Please respond in the comments if you have any more questions. If for any reason you are not seeing the templates be sure to check your internet connections first.

edferrigan

Ed Ferrigan, M.A., CPCC, SEP has been a professional, full-time Relationship and Executive Coach since 1997. A successful entrepreneur since age 12 he has founded 5 successful companies and currently runs two of them. Ed has a Masters in Psychology from Antioch University Seattle and dozens of certifications - including three different black belts in martial arts. Ed is an avid dancer, loves fly-fishing, and quick witted people. He is author of the eBook 100+ Ways to Get Back on The Horse and lives in Prescott Valley, AZ. He can be reached at ed@edferrigan.com. More information can be found at http://edferrigan.com