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Barry Schwartz makes many good points about decision making.
It's hard to start accepting something that's just 'good enough', when your the kind of person that prides yourself on knowing all about the very best things.
Also, the penultimate chapter on depression seems to come out of nowhere and has little to do with the rest of the book.
I'm not as interested in this book as I thought I would be. Later when I am in a different mood I will read some more.Published 16 days ago by Joy Christiansen
The premise of the book is fascinating - Having lots of choice and many options is not only bad, but it does not make people happier or their life easier. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Ama Zoninja
Very insightful and instructive. I've been quoting it for weeks. More choice does not make us happier; it increases the opportunity for regret over the decision we ultimately... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mara D'asra
Ever wonder why you go shopping and can't make the purchase? This is the book with the answer to that question! Thought provoking reading.Published 1 month ago by CP
I love this book. It changed the way I looked at the world and the decisions I make.Published 2 months ago by Alvey
I give this book as a gift to friends and colleagues. If you want to understand how plenty can still result in ennui - this is your book!Published 4 months ago by Janice Anderson
Although this book puts forth an interesting and common sensical idea re: choice, I completely agree with the 1-2 star reviewers of this book; it's something that would have been... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Harry M. Shin
My organizer recommended this book. She said that she had to read it also. I wanted to learn how to make faster decisions about getting rid of things and not spending so much time... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Janet L. Helfand