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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.
One of my favorite books of all time. Why? I think it's because every page I turned, I found myself saying, "that is so true... that is so true. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Bret Bassett
I have the audio book and found the information interesting but it can be a little dry at times.Published 26 days ago by Ken Barrett
If you're interested in this topic, there are far more up-to-date and more beautifully written books out there. The book reads like an overly-long New Yorker article. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Uri Manor
THis book changed everything for me on how I think about choice. Bottom line for me after this book, less is more.Published 1 month ago by Chris S.
An excellent, eye-opening book on how an over-abundance of choice can actually harm us. Although it does get redundant because of the countless examples provided, Schwartz does... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Wesley Chiu
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 1 month 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 2 months 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 2 months ago by Mara D'asra