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Sky TV and the Paradox of Choice

Flicking through the TV channels one evening one found that what was supposed to be a time of relaxation was actually quite tiring. Surely with more choice and freedom to chose what to watch I would be a lot more content. 617 more words

Behavioural Economics

Paradox of Choice

Westernized societies that we live in today firmly believe that the best way to satiate their audience is to provide them with a plethora of choices. 676 more words

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The Paradox of Choice: Real or Not?

The Paradox of Choice: Why More is Less is a book by psychologist, Barry Schwartz.  In a nutshell, the book discusses why and how multiple options create stress, confusion, and a lack of decision-making ability on the part of consumers.  1,332 more words

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Bear Necessities: Reflections on The Paradox of Choice

My mind is buzzing.

I have no idea what my life will look like next week, next month, next year. At this point, I have been unemployed for over a month. 2,186 more words

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Little Bo Peep and the Paradox of Choice

多岐亡羊
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Literally: many – fork in the road – die – sheep

Alternately: Presented with an overabundance of options or possible paths, one ends up confused and lost. 80 more words

Japanese

Lead and Be Strong In Your Decision-making

Being strong and firm in your choices and decisions is a valuable skill to master.

It is a skill because in a world that is abundant with options, it can be really difficult to a) choose in the first place, b) be confident that the choice you made is the right one, and c) stick with your decision once you’ve made it and not “flake” on it. 805 more words

Psychology

The Paradox of Choice : Choosing the best one, or the good enough?

Yesterday morning I read a brilliant piece in The Atlantic about Choice Overload. A peculiar phenomenon of our times where we have too many options- optimising that choice and selecting the best one suited to us is nerve-wracking. 955 more words

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