Who do you think has a harder time making decisions, children or adults? | IELTS Part 3 Questions & Answers


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Who do you think has a harder time making decisions, children or adults? Why?

That would definitely be adults – children are much more intuitive and tend to decide very quickly about things. Children don’t consider all the same factors that adults do when they are trying to make a difficult decision. Children follow their ‘gut’ more – they feel that something is good or bad rather than analysing it from all angles.

And probably the biggest difference is that children in general have very little concept of failure, as opposed to adults who may have experienced it and generally fear failure – and this is what stops many people from trying new things - because they are afraid of failing.

The thinking process of children is much simpler, as they have much less life experience to base any decisions on. Most adults tend to overcomplicate even simple decisions. which are not so difficult to make.




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