Describe a decision made by others/someone that you disagreed with
You should say:
- What the decision was
- How was it made
- What you disagreed with
- And explain why you disagreed with it
I would love to tell you about a debate between my uncle and me. He supports the increased prices of fuel in the country. However, I disagreed with him on this matter.
My uncle is a die-hard supporter of the prime minister. Recently, oil companies have again increased the prices of petrol and diesel. It happened because the current government has made changes to its policies and give a freehand to the oil companies. As a result, citizens are suffering.
I disagreed with my uncle because he was defending the government on this serious matter. He stated that the oil companies set the cost, not the government. I was arguing that who gave such freedom to these companies. Moreover, I also raised a question to him why the government has included so many taxes on fuel. I also asked him why he was opposing when his favourite political party was in the opposition.
Any sane person would disagree with such harsh decisions, which would impact his/her daily budget. I mean, I travel daily 50 km in my car. Now, it will cost me more. Due to the hike in the prices of diesel, inflation has also reached its peak. The transporters have also increased the transportation charges. As a result, retailers are selling essential items at much higher rates. Consequently, the lower and middle class are suffering.
Follow-ups questions based on the topic “Describe a decision made by others/someone that you disagreed with”
1. What skills are necessary when making decisions?
A decision-maker needs the vision to think about the future. It is important to form a virtual picture in mind, so we can know a little bit about the consequences of our decision.
2. How can people improve their decision-making skills?
The decision-making skills can only be enhanced with experience. When we make decisions, we either get success from our decisions, or we learn from our failures. When we learn from our failures, we become better decision-makers.
3. How do you think computers will change the way people make decisions?
It would change to some extent, but one needs to understand that humans developed the computer, not the computer made the human.
4. Do parents in India allow their children to make important decisions about the future?
No, they do not allow them to take any major decisions, and I support this trend. I know children can make decisions to some extent, but most of them do not become mature at this age. For making a wise decision, one needs to be mature enough.
5. Do you think that parents should make important decisions for their children?
Yes, children are the responsibility of their parents. Therefore, it is the primary duty of parents to make wise decisions until the children become young adults.
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