In a book borne of an idea first articulated in a viral commencement address, Pete Davis argues browsing through countless options, unable to commit, and losing so much time is the defining characteristic keeping our options open. We are stuck in "Infinite Browsing Mode" - searching for the next big thing, and refusing to make any decision that might close us off from an even better choice. Weaving together examples from history, personal stories, and applied psychology, Davis's candid and humble words offer a meaningful answer to our modern frustrations and a practical path to joy. Print run 150,000.