Give a recent example preferably from your most recent place of employment Discuss the process that went into making your decision If possible, discuss an interpersonal decision Show that you are able to exercise good judgment Even people in entry-level positions need to make decisions, so you should be able to come up with at least one example that showcases your decision-making skills.
In fact, consider, too, whether you actually need to make a decision. As long as you keep working hard and keep learning from your mistakes, you always will. Take enough shots, and learn from each experience, and in time you'll have all the skills, knowledge, and connections you need.
Tell me about a time when you struggled with making a decision. When being brave could make a difference. Strategy 9 Difficult Decisions the Happiest People Always Get Right While every decision you make may not work out perfectly, you'll still be glad you made those choices.
If you picked A then you like security and are very sensible. A boss once gave me what I thought was an impossible task.