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Khushi Yadav said: (Thu, Oct 16, 2014 12:28:55 PM)  
 
When I take any decision I don't feel it as a tough decision for me, as I have decided so, I only concentrate how to prove my decision right, and try to give as best as I can.

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Ravindra said: (Tue, Oct 7, 2014 06:45:05 PM)  
 
There is no toughest decision at all. It will happen when the two decisions are looking similar but we analyse the decisions by step by step then we take a decision in a easy way.

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Jitendra Kunhare said: (Fri, Sep 26, 2014 06:02:07 PM)  
 
Actually sir I am feeling shy in front of new people so the facing of this interview is the toughest decision I ever had make.

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Sailee said: (Sun, Sep 21, 2014 07:47:23 PM)  
 
The toughest decision I had ever made is. I was having 11 best friends. And our gang was called as twinkling 12 in my schooling. We are the thickest friends till today. One day one friend girl among the 11 members left our gang saying that she doesn't require our friendship anymore and started to join some other gang of friends. My best friends got angry about it and everyone stopped talking to her. One fine day she realised her mistake and came back to me and apologised and said that she wanted to join my gang once again. At that moment all my friends were against her joining back and they said me not to agree to her. But then I felt that mistakes are done by everyone and decided her to join our gang once again. She felt happy and yes, today everyone accepted her in gang and yes, she is once again the sweet girl. So, my decision at that time helped me to get back my best friend.

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Raj Jaiswal said: (Tue, Sep 16, 2014 01:05:26 AM)  
 
The toughest decision I had ever made is I went to hostel in class IX. My father was not ready to send me abroad for further studies as I was helping in his business, he want me to continue with his business but somehow I convinced him and that's what I am sitting in front of you.

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Hitler said: (Fri, Sep 12, 2014 09:48:41 PM)  
 
Sir,

When I'm in dilemma between two things, the decision which we are taking is the toughest one, it may right or wrong in future.

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Deepali said: (Thu, Sep 11, 2014 11:46:24 AM)  
 
I haven't faced anything tough upto now, everything seems to easier when you start to work on it, it is tough until you have started it.

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Ashish Kumar Modi said: (Tue, Sep 9, 2014 11:05:29 PM)  
 
The toughest decision I have ever taken is selecting B-Tech as my carrier as I was very average student and also I was not motivated from my family. Being an average student I was asked to B.Sc but I was stick on engineering. As toughest decision is sometimes the most challenging one so now I have to prove myself.

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Vaishali said: (Sat, Sep 6, 2014 04:31:01 PM)  
 
My toughest decision was to be at home after Engineering because there were my parents expectations for household work as I am the only girl at home, I was there at home for a year but I wanted to do job after engineering well now I am outside and finding a job.

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Vikas Saxena said: (Wed, Sep 3, 2014 01:01:36 PM)  
 
Sir,

I don't think so hard for taking a decision. I usually believe in taking appropriate decision and prove it right for me.

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Aditya Iduri said: (Thu, Aug 28, 2014 05:05:37 PM)  
 
Every decision is an action against a situation, so if the result of your action is positive then it is a Positive decision or if the result is negative then it is wrong decision. But in my opinion "there will not be any Tough Decision or simple decision" it should be just a decision. (I mean either Yes or No but no other options for any situation).

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Kavita said: (Fri, Aug 22, 2014 12:27:02 AM)  
 
I had taken so many decision but there was no toughest decision. I don't believe in what is the simple or tough decision. I don't believe in making decision, I take decision and make them right.

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Anjali Jain said: (Thu, Aug 14, 2014 01:33:38 PM)  
 
Upto now I had not taken any toughest decision. Because I had considered everything as a part of life. I didn't felt that it is the toughest. Because I believe in that emotions won't provide solutions to problems.

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Anjana said: (Sun, Jul 27, 2014 10:22:52 PM)  
 
I don't know what's the meaning of tough decision.
I believe that everything is tough if you Lazy about it.

And,

Everything is easy if you are Crazy about it.
& I seriously don't know how much crazy I am.

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Shankey Kumar said: (Fri, Jul 25, 2014 10:48:37 PM)  
 
Sir/madam, acc. To me every decision depend upon the situation and taking a right decision at a particular situation is the toughest job. I always believe in taking an appropriate decision at any particular situation and then prove it right for me. And if you want I give you the example of toughest decision in my life. Sir/mam, I think deciding to chose whether I do 10+2 from CBSE or Punjab board, I consider it as my toughest decision till now in my life because I had done my metric from Punjab board and my english is not good enough that much level of CBSE and am very feared about doing 10+2 from CBSE. But I think is going to boggling my mind that in CBSE board more number come than Punjab board that's why I am confusing.

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Adi said: (Sat, Jul 5, 2014 10:15:24 PM)  
 
I am a shy girl and reserved type. I get hurt easily. My parents wanted me to work nearby in same city so that I should not suffer. But I took a strong decision against my parents to leave this city as soon as I completed my graduation. I love to take risks and accept challenges related to me. I struggled a lot here but finally I managed to take care of myself. And I stand here today making me feel better and proud. Making my family stand proudly.

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Vidya said: (Sun, Jun 29, 2014 10:57:35 AM)  
 
My toughest decision was to quit my studies after my 12th grade and work out of India to support my family but it was one of the best decision because I did finish my further studies after that, supported my family and also gained experience.

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Nitz said: (Wed, Jun 25, 2014 01:32:23 PM)  
 
I firmly believe that "if there is a will, there is a way". There is always " a solution to a problem " and whenever I face difficult situations before me, I spent my extra time and energy to find a solution to it and for that reason I haven't made a tough decision yet because for me there are only "decisions" rather than "tough decisions".

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Shubham Gupta said: (Tue, Jun 24, 2014 07:31:30 AM)  
 
Though I have made many decisions in my life but I can't categorize them in tough or tougher. I believe in Ratan Tata's line " I don't believe in making right decisions, I take decisions and make them right. ".

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Nikil said: (Thu, Jun 5, 2014 04:27:57 PM)  
 
Toughest decision which I have taken after my B.Pharmacy. That is whether to join in any job or else utilize the opportunity to study in premier institute.

According to my family conditions and my career, I decided to join that institute to complete my studies. Because job is a short term solution and higher education is the only thing that will bring me to good position in the corporate world with handsome packages.

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Jayakumar said: (Wed, Apr 30, 2014 04:02:24 PM)  
 
My toughest decision was my academic career after my +2. Now I have clear that my decision was right.

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Anan said: (Sun, Apr 20, 2014 10:07:10 PM)  
 
The toughest decision I had ever made is after my graduation, actually I was confused what I should do after my graduation because before that I already mad the mistake of choosing science stream as a my career. During my graduation I realize that I'm not late till now but now if I will again mad a mistake then it may be very dangerous for my career. Different people gave me different suggestion but after analyzing my SWOT analysis, area of interest and everything finally I decided to choose MBA in marketing management and that was my right decision.

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Sagar Mal Bangura said: (Sun, Apr 20, 2014 08:54:03 AM)  
 
Hello friends.

Today I am here to share my one toughest decision in my life.

My toughest decision was selected branch in Engineering. That time I was in dilemma that what should I choose my branch? Is it my personal choice or future requirement. But at last I listen my heart and choose my interesting field (Electrical).

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Sandy said: (Tue, Apr 15, 2014 03:41:05 PM)  
 
The toughest decision in my life is, when my sister got married and left me alone and I cried a lot when she went off. She is my best friend, there is a much bonding between us and later on understood that, it is common to each and every girl and my sister sister may not be with me but her love and memories is always with me.

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Anjali said: (Mon, Apr 14, 2014 11:59:32 AM)  
 
That was the time when I had to choose college between NIT Jalandhar and MBM. My father wants me to be in NIT because NITs have different reputation than state colleges but the branch there was Textile and in MBM I was getting Mechanical, branch of my interest. So I think that was the toughest decision that I had ever made.

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Sneha H. said: (Sun, Apr 6, 2014 11:27:27 AM)  
 
After my 10th I had to take decision about my career, I wanted to satisfy my self as well as I had to fulfill my family needs, I also didn't have much financial support. My only dream was to be successful and I decided to be an engineer, I didn't had any to guide a way as well.

My school principal helped me a lot with my school fees, my all teachers from my school level to college always inspired me a lot, they always shows me what I can be and what ability I have. I am thankful to all my teachers. I am satisfied with my decision to be an engineer.

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Nitesh K. said: (Wed, Apr 2, 2014 12:51:05 AM)  
 
Toughest decision was pursuing MBA or Job. So I decided to take knowledge practically rather than taking it from books. Life is what you decisions take & for the world its only good or bad decisions they do not talk about toughest or simplest.

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Anand Kumar said: (Tue, Mar 25, 2014 09:53:25 PM)  
 
I am a mechanical background guy I studied I.T.I in the trade of machinist and I was working in a mechanical shed. I worked there for threes I fed up with the life and I took the decision to change my job field and I did it, now I am a senior underwriter in International BPO US based Bank.

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Sundas Latif said: (Wed, Mar 19, 2014 10:47:32 PM)  
 
The toughest decision I ever made was to chose between a guilty person and an innocent one for the sake of friendship. I chose the innocent one though not a friend but deserved justice.

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Etin said: (Thu, Mar 6, 2014 06:10:11 PM)  
 
My toughest decisions of my life is, after the graduation I need to stepping down to search the job. So that, I can provide want I needs in my life and to help my family through financial problem.

And, I believe that someday somehow it will come true.

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Rishi said: (Sun, Mar 2, 2014 04:14:13 PM)  
 
My youngest decision I have taken when I was in 10th class, I studied matriculation in Bhashyam public school in tirupathi, I requested my exam branch to change my exam location to Hyderabad, and they did.

That was the firs time I traveled alone in train from tirupathi to Hyderabad and I took a room at hostel and completed my matriculation.

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Mihir said: (Thu, Feb 27, 2014 02:20:05 AM)  
 
I always feel that there is nothing like tough decision. It's a right decision or wrong decision. I felt like moving from my company to your company is a right decision and that's why I had applied in your organization.

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Suvradeep Banerjee said: (Sun, Feb 23, 2014 10:57:24 PM)  
 
My toughest decision ever was to decide whether to prepare myself for GATE or MBA. Though no studies or course preparation can go in vain, yet with some of my seniors' advice I decided to drop out of GATE because I like to get a job in an IT company. I plan to study MBA in future to improve my management abilities.

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Anu said: (Fri, Feb 21, 2014 02:54:30 PM)  
 
My toughest decision is that when I came to know that the person whom I loved fell in love with somebody else. Since then I thought of avoiding him but I can't. In the every sunrise, I think of not remembering him. I think it's my toughest decision I had ever.

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Jyothi said: (Tue, Feb 18, 2014 11:17:29 AM)  
 
The toughest I faced is my attempt to suicide. I went up to the ends of my death. But I suddenly realized that living is more important. I came to know my fault and then I stopped my committing suicide. If I remind it now, I felt like laughing because how foolishly I thought that all my problems will be solved. But if I had died then, I would have created more and more problems to my family.

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Mallika said: (Mon, Feb 10, 2014 11:43:46 AM)  
 
The toughest decision which I made was running out of the college hostel and make myself a free bird. But my soul said it was wrong. So I turned up my thought of running.

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Parvathi said: (Wed, Feb 5, 2014 04:58:07 PM)  
 
The toughest decision I made was after my 10th. Whether I study in Hindi medium by staying with my parents or come to my home town and stay in hostel, study English medium. It is the tough decision for me and also tough task.

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Piyush said: (Sat, Jan 25, 2014 08:36:09 PM)  
 
Sir,

I had faced a time when I have to choose between my love & parents. I chooses parents but it was the toughest decision anyone can ever face.

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Annamalai said: (Thu, Jan 16, 2014 12:17:03 PM)  
 
Toughest decision I've ever made is going for a job or post graduate after my ug. But due to personal issues post graduate wins the race.

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Samiksha Goyal said: (Mon, Jan 13, 2014 02:00:47 PM)  
 
The toughest decision of my life was to choose between searching a job or take a drop to prepare for MBA entrance exams. Despite having an engineering degree in computer science from a well known college, having very good aceds, with most of the friends having good salary at hand, I decided not to give my time for job searching instead use it to prepare for higher studies from an excellent college that not only gives me practical learning environment but also inculcates in me that "thinking out of the box vision" that will help me to grow both professionally and personally.

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Sahil said: (Sat, Jan 4, 2014 05:54:43 PM)  
 
Taking decision = to climbing a hill, we just need to make conditions more precise leading to cool mind during such condition, try to make precisions during taking decisions.

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Pravin said: (Wed, Jan 1, 2014 01:58:28 PM)  
 
The toughest decision in my life was to choose my academic project name urgently within 10 minutes.

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Thanuja said: (Wed, Dec 25, 2013 04:28:22 PM)  
 
Upto now I had not taken any toughest decision. Because I had considered everything as a part of life. I didn't felt that it is the toughest. Because I believe in that emotions won't provide solutions to problems.

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Aya Ibrahem said: (Mon, Dec 16, 2013 10:51:17 PM)  
 
The toughest decision is to choose between diploma in economic and seeking a career, I choose seeking a career because practical knowledge is more important than theoretical knowledge for better carrier.

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Balaji said: (Sun, Dec 15, 2013 02:57:18 PM)  
 
Whether it is tough or smooth, I have to face the problem and has to make the right decision in hard time also when I am having. So I should be more flexible in the practical life and making the decision as soon as possible in correct manner.

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Anup Tripathy said: (Wed, Dec 4, 2013 09:12:25 PM)  
 
Tough decision is after graduation I should go for job or higher education. I choose to higher education/professional education because with a professional course I can grab more opportunity as compare to a graduate.

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Anisha said: (Mon, Nov 4, 2013 03:47:14 PM)  
 
My toughest decision is in my life to move from relocate in Chennai, far from my parents & community. Then accept their culture and food. But I have done that & I was live there for 2 year.

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Santa said: (Mon, Nov 4, 2013 01:54:34 PM)  
 
Right now I can only think about two toughest decisions I make in my life.

First one, I think it was when I need to choose whether to enter matriculation, private university or public university to further my study as I got the offer from all those institutions. Then after a lot of thinking, I choose the one that I think will give me most benefits that is to enter into public university.

Second, it was the decision that I make to further my study in Bachelor at the same university. It was because I'm a bit reluctant to continue in that university as I want to have a Bachelor from overseas' university. And then again after a lot of thinking, I choose to further my study at the same university as I think it will give me more benefits.

As for now I'm happy with all the decisions I have made.

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Metalgarurumon said: (Sat, Nov 2, 2013 06:08:44 PM)  
 
The toughest decision I've ever have to make is to get up or not to get up from bed, especially when it's raining outside and it's very comfortable. But I always end up getting up after "5 minutes".

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Rooba said: (Fri, Oct 18, 2013 08:54:47 PM)  
 
I think I make 2 decision very toughest in my life.

First one: decision was to choose between higher education (M.TECH) and job. I choose job because getting more practical knowledge rather than theoretical knowledge is more important for a better carrier.

Second one: I can't explain it HERE something personal.

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