Many times in our lives we’re faced with situations where we have trouble making a decision. We noodle it over in our heads but never seem to achieve a conclusion. Or sometimes we quickly reach an answer but have a nagging doubt as to whether it’s correct or not.
There’s an easy way to resolve these situations: ask Facebook!
No, I’m not saying Mark Zuckerberg knows all (although if you check out the data he collects on you, he kinda does… scary, eh?). What I’m saying is Facebook can be a great platform for market research, gathering opinions on decisions you need to make, and getting new ideas.
But it’s not without its dangers. You can’t simply go into Facebook and blindly accept the opinions of the masses. You have to take any and all input as just that – additional input into the decision YOU ultimately have to make and live with.
If you want to use Facebook successfully to help you make better decisions, there are four things to keep in mind: