Sometimes I have too many choices rolling around inside my head, and it seems impossible to focus and actually make a decision.

There are a few things you can do when you can’t make a decision:

Those are good ideas, but I use a decision-making tool that helps me organize my choices, consider each one objectively, and then make a decision I can feel good about.

And no second guessing later!

In today’s video, I show you how to make a decision with brackets. It’s so easy, you’ll wonder why you haven’t used brackets before!

Click here to print a blank bracket.

How will you use your bracket?

In the comments below, tell me what decision you need to make and a few of your possible choices.


  1. xvavaveganx on September 14, 2012 at 6:37 am

    Another super cute video Sage!! As you know, I’ve used your bracket system before and loved it! 🙂 I have some printed out in case I need them for a decision 🙂 Oh and I had a feeling Disney would win out for you 😉 Great video and fun bracket!

    • Sage Grayson on September 14, 2012 at 10:34 am

      Of course Disney wins–Disney always wins! 🙂 I haven’t been in a year and a half, so it’s totally time for another trip. Thanks for watching!

  2. Kelly Pfeiffer on September 14, 2012 at 8:46 am

    Sage, I printed out the bracket and prioritized projects that I want to get done today. Because each project doesn’t require the whole day, I am going to work backwards as I go through the day. I decided to call a friend first (which I’ve done) and now I will work on a freelance project for a client. Thanks! Great video. Very helpful and clear!

    • Sage Grayson on September 14, 2012 at 10:33 am

      I love it! That’s a great idea to use your bracket as a daily to-do list. Thanks for stopping by, Kelly. 🙂