Hooray! I Got a Job Offer!

But Should I Accept It?
Or Shouldn't I?

Should I, or Shouldn't I?

Congratulations! Your networking, interviewing, and persistence have paid off. Not only do you have a number of job possibilities brewing, you also have a bona fide offer on the table. But there's a rub? you're not sure that this job is the right job. But just because you've been out of work for some time now, does that mean you should leap at the first thing that comes your way even if it's not that great?

Or maybe you're still working, but have been looking for something new for quite some time. Finally, something's come your way, but ... is this the right job for you to take? True, it will help you get out of the lousy one you're already in, but surely you don't want jump out of the frying pan only to land right in the fire!

Just because you're offered a job doesn't mean you necessarily have to take it. But then again, maybe you should. Or shouldn't. Or could. Or would. Or will. Or won't.


  • Wouldn't it be helpful if you had a way sort through all of your thoughts and emotions around this?

  • Wouldn't it be great if you could objectively assess all the pros and cons without driving yourself crazy?

  • Wouldn't it be ideal if you could factor what's important to you in making this decision BEFORE you decide?

Fortunately, there is a way. It's called Should I, or Shouldn't I? - a downloadable e-book tutorial from certified business/personal life coach, Barry Zweibel, about mastering something called the Decision Matrix that can teach you how to objectively assess that job offer without having to rely so heavily on your gut feel. It's an excellent tool for a variety of other important decisions you're likely to face, too.

"I was so confused. I had so many conflicting thoughts swimming around in my brain that I just didn't know what I wanted. Then I learned how to use the Decision Matrix and got real clear about what made the most sense."

- Phil L., human resources  director

"The first time I used the Decision Matrix was in evaluating two competing job offers, but you know what? I now use the Matrix every time I have a tough decision to make. It's amazing how it helps me stay objective, but still factor in the things that are important to me."

- Patricia R., information technology analyst

"It used to kill me that I'd struggle so hard to make a tough decision and then 20 minutes after I did, I'd find myself filled with regret and despair about have made the wrong choice. The Decision Matrix really helped me not only make a better decision, but feel better about the decision  I made."

- Steve P., customer service coordinator

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Should I, or Shouldn't I? has been specifically designed to help you figure out how to make difficult choices. Using a tool called the Decision Matrix, this downloadable tutorial provides a step-by-step guide for drilling down to objectify your decision. And once you get comfortable using the Decision Matrix, you'll be able to apply it not just to job situations, but to any large and/or important decision that you face.

I started using the Decision Matrix back in the early 1990's when working in the high-tech world. I used it for purchasing telecommunications equipment, long-distance services, maintenance vendors, personnel hiring decisions - and yes, job offers - and was very pleased with the quality of decisions it helped me make. Subsequently, I went on to teach students at Northwestern University how to successfully use it.

And now, I'm ready to teach it to you.

"I've found that a bonus of using the Decision Matrix is that it not only makes the tough choices easier, but it also gives me a great way to explain my decisions to others."

 - Rachel A., real estate broker

"I was thinking that I wanted to accept a job offer I got, but when I told my employer about it he said he'd give me a raise if I'd stay. I liked my job and all, but I still wasn't sure. So I learned how to use the Decision Matrix, tried it out, and instantly confirmed that staying made the most sense. Really knowing "why" I wanted to stay has given me much more confidence in myself and in the work I do."

- Mark W., purchasing agent

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"There's no better peace of mind than knowing what you want."

If you've ever been nagged by cognizant dissonance - or paralyzed by an inability to make the decision in the first place - or just needed a better way to explain the decisions you've made to others, then Should I, or Shouldn't I? is the tool for you. Order your copy today and start making your difficult decisions a little less difficult to make.

  • Learn how to objectively asses the choices before you so you don't have to rely so heavily on your gut feel.

  • Use it to find out what additional information you need before making your choice.

  • Increase your confidence in the decisions you make

  • Improve your ability to explain your decisions to others.

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Should I, or Shouldn't I?
A Decision Matrix Tutorial

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Happy Decision-Making,


Barry Zweibel, MCC
ICF-Certified Master Coach

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