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I'm not clear on the purpose of a decision grid. I know it's most likely common sense but is it just used for considering your options and comparing them in columns or does it have a purpose beyond that?

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    As I understand a decision grid, it's purpose is to help make decisions.

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    Okay. Sorry, I'm overthinking it. Thank you!

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    You're welcome.

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