Free to Choose?

Free to Choose?

Can too much choice paralyze decision-making?

It's a common restaurant experience. You pick up the lunch menu, ready to make your selection, and your first thought is: "Wow. Look at all the choices!"

You read them over, marveling at the number of sandwiches, entrees, soups and salads. There are combination plates, specials of the day and signature house offerings.

When the server inquires if you're ready to place your order, you start to say, "Sure," but stop yourself.


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