The Paradox of Choice
A timeless message (July 2005) from psychologist Barry Schwartz that will likely only become MORE relevant over time.
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I think you are right and wrong I think the magic number you speak of is different for all people. Not just affluent people but all people. I also belief that your generation is more apt to want fewer choices; whereas, my generation demands more options. I watch this everyday in my store. I am a mattress salesman. I see old people, young, fat, thin, poor, rich, medium and everything in between come in. It is true that the poor have fewer choices, but I think depending on their expectations in life itself they will either be happy with their few choices or they will not. As for depression I feel that it is a virus of the lazy. When things get too easy people get depressed. Also if they are not motivated enough, and when I say motivated I do not mean money, power, or by a speaker. I mean that they do not want to get, or do, anything bad enough to not have that depressive episode. My fiancé was depressed until she started working. That is how human kind works if there is not a struggle following closely behind we will fail as a person. I know I generalized herein but I would have been writing all day had I not.
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