The last time you made a difficult decision, chances are you engaged in some form of a process called the 5 Ws (sometimes, H for How, gets included in the mix).

The process adds the logical consistency of directed, relevant questions: Who? What? When? Where? Why? How? It’s a process journalists often use consciously in writing articles, and it comes in handy for non-journalists when the goal is breaking down options and arriving at an optimal outcome.

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