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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.
To the author: May I assume that, since you "believe in wealth redistribution", that you donate your entire salary to the IRS?Published 1 day ago by Little Known Blogger
With tremendous details and several examples, Barry Schwartz explore how painful and unfruitful too may options can be to everyone.Published 6 days ago by Evandro Campos
The book gives great insights on how to present the choices for shoppers and also gives very good scientific explanations to the choice paradox.Published 13 days ago by Ardo Uudmäe
I paid 43 cents for the book--bought it used. Even at this price, I paid too muchPublished 13 days ago by Kindle Customer
book in good quality. The book is a bit boring, didn't finish reading it.Published 25 days ago by Bobby
Fantastic book of commentary on the changing ways in which consumers are responsible (and perplexed) regarding making purchasing choices, both of products and services. Read morePublished 1 month ago by D. Damico
This book was not only insightful and eloquent, it was fun to read. The list of people I know who would benefit from this book, me being first among them, is long. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ken P.
this product came in 2 days and worked as described. I LOVE this book as a guide to simplify your life. must readPublished 2 months ago by krusty
hrough this book , Barry has tried to explain some of the commonly felt shopping distresses. While most of them will sound familiar (have myself scratched my head in front of the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Harish Nair