Haley Scholar Reading Groups
By Danielle Hall
In the afterword of The Art of Choosing, Iyengar attempts to address some of the responses she received from her readers and listeners after AOC's initial publication. Here, she offers a concise summary of each chapter that serves as a kind of blueprint or guide of the main ideas/themes one should gather from the book.
The chapter that I thought was more useful and captured the theme of the book, is chapter 6 where she offers four "quick tips": 1) Cut 2) Cultivate Confidence 3) Categorize and 4) Condition (276).
Which of those 4 approaches do you think would be most beneficial for first-year college students to consider? Which one do you think would be the most challenging to master? Why or how so?