need a personal guide?

We can work with you and your partner to design custom workshops to apply Unified Decision Making to a real decision in your life. The goal of these workshops  is to help you:

  • Recognize that you and your partner share the same goals and constraints
  • Be honest about what you and your partner really want, without making assumptions
  • Make an equal commitment towards achieving the best outcome for the relationship
 

how does it work?

UDM teaches couples how to apply strategic model thinking in relationships through personal coaching. UDM creates a unique space for you and your partner to face important challenges in your life. By following each of the following steps, you will learn planning and communication techniques that will change the way you face big decisions together.

  Values & Constraints  Lay out and prioritize what's really important to you and your partner, and the challenges that you both face.

Values & Constraints
Lay out and prioritize what's really important to you and your partner, and the challenges that you both face.

  Possible Outcomes  Brainstorm all the different paths you and your partners can take, exploring the benefits and weaknesses of each in detail.

Possible Outcomes
Brainstorm all the different paths you and your partners can take, exploring the benefits and weaknesses of each in detail.

  Evaluate & Action  Evaluate these paths based on your values and constraints, and create a realistic vision of how you and your partner will achieve your goals.

Evaluate & Action
Evaluate these paths based on your values and constraints, and create a realistic vision of how you and your partner will achieve your goals.

 

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Love does not consist of gazing at each other, but in looking outward in the same direction.
— ANTOINE DE SAINT-EXUPÉRY
 
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Meet Your Guide

Jasmin Cheng is a Canadian strategic facilitator based in Wellington, New Zealand. For over 10 years, she has helped businesses, start-ups and not-for-profits define and reach their goals. She has been working on the unified decision making framework since 2014 as a personal project. In 2016, she launched UDM as a way to apply her professional skills to help couples make better decisions based on equality, trust and understanding. Learn more.