Reader Helen Noffis, a noted political consultant, wrote me to ask how I come to decisions. "If I am to consider voting for you, I must know the way you evaluate a problem. Please release a statement on how you seek advice and describe your decision-making style."
Well, Ms. Nosy Parker, I often use the internet (unlike at least one candidate running for President, I know how to) and, in fact, I usually consult this source of wisdom when making decisions.
But I'm not partisan. Sometimes I reach across the divide to consult respected voices of experience.
I thank former First Lady Nancy Reagan for pointing out to me these valuable resources.
A related article to improve the quality of advice you get when making decisions can be found at this link.