I mean, really...the potato chip choices alone are overwhelming. Plain, sour cream and onion, barbecue, Cajun herb, baked potato, dill pickle, honey mustard, lightly salted, hot and spicy....the list goes on!
How about paint colors....there is no blue...there is blueberry, sky blue, windjammer, salute, diamond blue, fantasy and, again...the list goes on!
Have you looked at all the careers college freshman can choose from?
When I was growing up, we had three (yes, 3) TV channels...it was easy to decide what to watch.
Now....there are hundreds of choices.
Choices are great....right?
When we go to the gas station, we have three choices. Basic, Middle and Premium....they offer us different benefits and pricing. It is very easy to decide which one is best for us based on our budget and car.
Do the number of choices make it harder for us to make decisions?
I think yes. Too many choices leave us paralyzed, afraid we are going to make the wrong choice and we get stuck in the decision process, we don't move forward.
What do you think?