Many years of intensive research have led us to identify eight behavior dimensions which play a fundamental role in decision-making. These differ from person to person. While some people check all possibilities calmly and solicitously, others rely purely on their instincts. Some people like discuss decisions in advance with the people around them, while others prefer to make them on their own. Nobody makes decisions in a one-dimensional manner. Every one of us is invested with all eight dimensions of decision-making. Their level of intensity, and how we link them to each other, play a decisive role in our own personal way of making decisions.