Like it or not, we have to keep making decisions. Should I wear this or that? Should I buy this or that car? Take this or that apartment? Go to this movie or that one? Go out or stay at home? Should the meat be well-done, medium, or rare? Blue cheese or Thousand Island dressing? Smooth or chunky? Small, medium, or large? The list of questions—and answers—goes on and on. Now is the time to ask the right questions—lots of them. At the O. J. Simpson trial, Johnny Cochran didn’t ask the jury, is this man guilty? Instead, he asked if there was hanky-panky in the Los Angeles Police Department. It is a matter of interpretation whether this was the right question. What we do know is that if you ask the right questions, you may alter the course of your personal future.