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  1. 我零0七 says:

    So now,I know why I don't want to make a choice,because of the risk of wrong choice,It is only caused by myself.It's all my duty.

  2. 0000song0000 says:

    I love the whole "having so many options makes you paralize" OR "feel miserable" or "having too high expectations"
    (ask channels like which have a thousand videos about variations of the same product, e. g. Troglys guitar show, which shows different models of the Gibson Les Paul guitar)

  3. Lee Steven says:

    Prof. Schwartz, the last part of this talk about the fish bow has made me think about "freedom". WIth alot of ups and downs in the US in recent years for example, how much freedom should we be given to have a balance of choice / expectation / happiness?

  4. Ana Silva says:

    Choices paralyze us because of our lack of discernment, not because we have too many choices. We need to learn to choose. The immature society we live in is what paralyzes us, not choices. We need to learn to make good decisions, to know what is better for us and what is worst. Unfortunately the society we live in has reversed values ​​and many are confused and lost. We need to make evolution, not involution.

  5. Saud Ahmed says:

    Negative effects of Choice:
    1. paralysis rather than liberation – ex. Mutual funds, more choice decreased participation.
    2. satisfaction of the choice decreases when we have more choices. You could imagine that the other choice could be better.

    Opportunity costs for doing one thing vs another leads to regret for the choice made making it less enjoyable/fulfilling even if it was the best choice.

    We have high expectations nowadays and then are often disappointed. therefore key to happiness is: low expectations.

    my question: Does more choice in the things we buy increase the costs of goods and if so would the population-consensus be to decrease choice to decrease cost?

  6. Bokya Rao says:

    I love original TED talks by experts in respective fields, not the crap TEDx where anyone with little of fame can throw away their unnecessary opinions and pseudo knowledge. Almost all of those are pretentious intellectuals.

  7. Maja Panasewicz says:

    This video is totally about me. It's the 18 of September, only two weeks of holidays left (I really try not to think about it in that way, but unfortunately, I do) and I am laying on the bed, pondering about how dissatisfying those holidays were. I had so many plans, back in June and May, and heck, even at the beginning of the year. I wanted to finally start writing this book I had an exciting idea for, learn drawing, learn new language, haha – finding myself also was on the list. I wanted them to be so special, because I'm sixteen, at this best and fruitful age with enormuous number of possibilites presented to you. I yearned for meeting new people, memorable experiences. My uncle have always been telling me that I am so lucky to live right know, with so many options at hand, with the possibility to be whoever I want to be. But the truth is, this possibility is making me shrivel. I'm constantly questioning my decisions, which leads to not making them at all. I think to myself, well, if I really could do anything, then why staying in this disappointing school of mine, class of mnie, full of people I can't imagine building a strong connection with (and believe me, I tried). After all, I can just change school, change city, change the path. I noticed I got to the point where I blame my unhappinesss on things I do in life, so I try to form a better plan, better enviroment for myself. And it's exhausting because I feel like I can't get invested in anything, because what if it is not the right thing, what if it's useless. I have so many other things to do, things I can do, I wasted so much time already- It's a never-ending circle. And when I think I've finally stopped it in it's tracks, it's only the matter of time – of feeling, unfortunately. The feeling passes and I'm again not so sure anymore. Once, I consider pursuing music, next day soaring notes turn into letters, then movements, I start thinking about human mind, composition of society, wonderfullness behind The World and what come with it are sciences. All of those roads are exteremely time and energy consuming and I didn't even started truly pursuing any of those. The only passion I know is sudden. After burst of inspiration and confidence, I'm left again with disbelief, doubt and emptiness.

    It all leads me to conclusion that this unlimited choice we have, prevents us from, of course, making decisions but what's less talked about – taking responsibility that comes with them. There's a problem with settlement. Because, after all, we can just go for something else, try to find better option rather than grow flowers on imperfect ground. We want to grow flowers on a perfect ground, huh? I want it too, especially when sometimes I really do love myself, this brilliance I get to see in those rare, beautiful moments makes me think I'm capable of doing wonderful things, finding life-changing ideas. Being happy. And finally, finding compromise between my overwhelming fear of the unknown beginning of The World and being human after all. Human who wants to live in this mysterious universe anyway, while taking all the happiness it can offer, because in the end of the day it can be the only key that is within reach. I'm only human after all and apart of my logic and yearning for sense, I want to live in this society even if it hurts, even if it's often unfair and worthless. I want love, I want friends, I want travelling and hugging with them. I want to appear on stage and share katharsis with viewers. I want myself remembered and accepted even if I know it can get toxic and self-destructing, and I was fighting for so damn long to free myself from those feelings.

    I'm just not sure if it's about finding myself and expanding my capabilities to the fullest by taking fundamental and needed changes or my problem with accepting the ground that I already possess. Flying above the earth in order to find a better one slowly drives me crazy.

    I'm probably going to edit this comment later, because I feel like my tiredness really influences what I'm coming up with, makes it a bit less thoughtful and hopeful that I initally planned. Thank you for staying with me all the way to this point:) If you somehow relate to what I write, I would really apprecate some comment.

  8. ionicafardefrica says:

    True in some ways. But also a bit condescending and insulting. He assumes people are incapable of dealing with choice, because him and a portion of the population can't. I just brush all of this and call it "1st world problems". Who gives a crap?

  9. Msdh 11 says:

    1) Dogma : more freedom more choice -… Different domains Super market, electronic, communication, health care A or B , DECISION – MAKING

    Everyday identify can be Changeable…
    Marriage, Work-technology, /decision again and again/

    Demerits : 1) 2) less satisfaction 3) relativity value
    4) lot of varieties of jeans – increased expectations ..
    Expectations kills: know this

    Blaming ourselves, high expectations! Make ourself depress

    -fish, paralysis…

    .. My takeaway for my current situations:
    1) don't think too much of the basic things, pay more attention to the things what is most important.
    (It will save our energy)

    2) don't expect too much – have satisfied mindset with what you are having. From the materialistic view, always be grateful with what you are having and most important we are gifted with this marvelous machine called human body…
    EXPECTATIONS KILLS.. but don't satisfied in your passion , always aim high, try to improve always

    3) in today's world if possible ask others opinions for buying, Jeans…..

    4) don't fall into others dogma.. Ask questions in you passion field!

  10. Teddy Dotson says:

    Beautiful. We should or shouldn't be working is the question I've been asking. When it comes to having children to be thankful for. When it comes to living the best and worst of times it was it will be as it were. To say the least one can is in response when response is not what want, no questions asked, answers find that questions have become personification of one another self that isn't you but said as you thought why it is what it is I am is because when birth a death must've been or could've not been where a person is who knows how to what there isn't a word to insist but a manner in this consistency that cannot even be unknown 🎟

  11. Jim Björk says:

    When he talks about choice and consequences it feels like modding skyrim. Every choice can make or break the game. And if you don't pick one you miss out, but if you do pick one it could break. If you pick one instead of the other it could be a lesser experience. I still haven't finished skyrim…

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