When less is more: freeing students from the burden of choice

There’s a reason why Starbucks will never catch on it Italy. Go to any branch of the global chain and try ordering a cappuccino and you’ll be met with a barrage of questions: What size do you want? Do you want any extra flavours added? An extra shot perhaps? Hot or iced? Made with any special kind of milk? To drink in or to take away? It’s endless! Now, try ordering a cappuccino pretty much anywhere in Italy and you get . . . well, um . . . you get a classic cappuccino. No questions asked.

When less is more: freeing students from the burden of choice.

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