|Your Unique Life Profile|
Your goals. Your current situation. Your personality type. All of these things influence how you should decide--and how Simon gives advice. That's why Simon decided to develop a proprietary life profile – and why he weighs your alternatives against it. Fill it out one time only, and it should benefit you each time you decide.
|Common Decision Checklists|
Don't you love it when someone else decides to do the work for you? Simon provides checklists that give advice for many popular decisions, with new ones added weekly. Whether it's potential factors, alternatives or consequences, he's thought of them all. You should decide to use his checklists to make sure you have all your bases covered.
|Three Amazing Decision-Making Tools|
Simon thinks you should be able to decide in three different ways. My Scores is great for advice when you need to decide on logical, fact-based decisions with multiple alternatives. The advice given by My Life Match is geared for those big, life-changing decisions. And My Points of View is perfect for trying to decide in a hurry. See which tool(s) Simon thinks you should use.
|Built-In Research Capabilities|
Let Simon Decide works best if you've already decided to do your homework. But hey, Simon knows life gets busy. Don't have a clue about factors like cost or distance? Decide to research your alternatives using our dynamic search tool, which should display Google and Wikipedia results right on the page.
|Simon's Secret Algorithm|
Okay, it's not entirely secret. You can decide to learn how the point system works and review the analytics of any public decision summary. But there is a proprietary process behind Simon's final recommendation and advice, which combines your qualitative input with a weighted, mathematical formula.
|Collective Learning 101|
Decide to save your decision summary, and should you want to, decide to make it public on the community page. There, you should browse the results of Simonites who face similar dilemmas. Finally, if you think you should loop in friends and family to get their advice–at your own risk, of course–you can decide to email your results to them.
|Simon's Favorite Resources|
Decide to browse the websites that Simon uses when trying to decide for himself. Broken down by decision category, these are some of best research and advice tools available on the Internet. From cost-of-living calculators to college rankings to car buying advice, decide to find out where Simon thinks you should learn more.
|An Action Plan for Every Decision
Simon doesn't just leave you hanging after you decide on an alternative. Decide to use his action plan to map out what should happen next. Set concrete steps, designate who's responsible and decide on completion dates. You should feel less overwhelmed–and that much closer to pulling it off!