November 10, 1993
New Spin on Decision Making
Imagine you're in the market for a new house.
You've seen a few you like in the city where you work. One is on a big corner lot, but it has only two bedrooms. A second one has four bedrooms, but not enough storage space. A third has plenty of closets, but it's on a busy street. And then you go to see another one. It's a little cramped upstairs, the landscaping needs work, and parking will be difficult. But it has a beautiful brick fireplace; you always loved the old fireplace in the