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Choosing to choose

Is it true that when we are presented with too many choices, we tend to make less decisions, if any?

Maybe under certain circumstances, say researches on the psychology of choice. 582 more words


The Paradox of on demand exams

It is more blessed to give than receive, so it says in the bible, and Christmas is a time when you get to do this in abundance. 772 more words

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Why So Many Coaches?

I’ve been mulling the proliferation of ADHD coaches. I always want to err on the side of thinking people are well-intentioned, so I attribute this in part to what I think is really a wonderful impulse: the desire to “pay it forward” when you have experienced support yourself. 1,141 more words

Information Overload – The Paradox of Choice

Business decisions, rocket science, and understanding the difference.

Part 4.  |  How else are we supposed to get the attention of potential customers unless we overwhelm them with information and communication about that information on a constant, and overwhelming, basis? 322 more words


Paradox of Choice

Sometimes i find myself in a supermarket in front of a lot of different types of snack, and i waste a lot of time just standing there having no idea what to pick. 655 more words

Lembaran Dan Tinta

My first blog post.

Again. And I hate writing the first one. It’s the same reason I haven’t been able to make any art lately.

There are too many things to say, too many things to paint, too many things to… 468 more words


1D. From schools to now

In journey to discover how our childhood might influence the way people eat and how cultural differences form the habit and acceptance of what is acceptable to eat, I engaged in an interview with an Asian-Australian, soon to be teacher – Sky. 891 more words