The “Speed-Bump and Pothole” Decision-Making Spread

In New England, one of the “Rites of Spring” when driving is the emergence of frost-heaves and potholes in the roadways, forcing us to slow down and steer a devious course around them. Here is a simple (at least for me) decision-making spread that acknowledges the fact that any course of action can be fraught with the risk of over-reacting or under-reacting to the situation. I chose “speed-bump” over “frost-heave” for the title since not all of my readers live in an area that experiences frost. Once again, I’m using the concept of “facing” for the central focus card (here called the “Trigger Card”) to target the best course of action.

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