More Options Not Less

In some situations, having less options can be beneficial.

For example, having only two healthy options for breakfast is better than having your choice of over a dozen sugary cereals.

Reducing the number of your belongings such as your # of clothes can also have an positive effect.

Reducing the amount of non essential you decisions you make can give you more energy to focus on the big ones that matter.

When it comes to your career, life partner, and social circle, default to having more options, not less.