Life is too short to make the wrong decisions. Use Weiigh to make the right choices based on what’s important to you and how the factors in your decisions weigh against one another.
Declare consistent control factors for your different options. These are the things that you’re weighing between your options for your decision. You can also take notes in this step to remember why you’re rating this factor as you are.Ex. Factor = Pay Notes = $80k
Decide how important each control factor is to you. Give these a number between 1 and 3, with 1 being Not Important, 2 being Somewhat Important, and 3 being Very Important.Ex. Pay = 3 Commute = 2 Perks = 1
Rate each factor based on how great that factor is for that option. Give these a number between 1 and 3, with 1 being Not Good, 2 being Good, and 3 being Great.Ex. OptionA:Pay = 2 OptionB:Pay = 1 OptionC:Pay = 3
If you feel that a certain factor is so good it deserves a bonus, change the 0 in the last column to a 1.That’s it! Check the results page to see how your options score against one another. Then you can make your decision more clearly. Get Started