How to overcome information overload — 11 Comments

  1. Totally agree with you…

    Information overload = inaction. I’ve personally found myself in the same situation.

    Only by cutting off emails (especially those offering the next shiny objects) and the WIFI helps me get some serious work done. If I can focus one whole day on a project, a lot can be done actually. :)

  2. Hello my friend,
    Information Overload is certainly a big issue now & good subject to write about.
    I had already took action & unsubscribed from many marketers lists.
    Too many allow themselves even to send few promotional Email a day.
    I wonder who stays with them & why :)
    I also wrote few promoters that give a huge bonuses, that I would prefer
    a good one effective than all dozens that I have no time to study :)
    They must be ignored to avoid overload.

    Thanks for raising it up & Enjoy Life :)

  3. It’s been long I read an article from you, George. You know, sometimes, we all try to avoid anything promotional. But this is a goldmine. I bookmarked and even saved a copy to my hard disk for later reading. I have a serious problem with information overload. I browse the internet for hours daily and end up with headaches most time. Your article is a step in the right direction for me.

    Thank you very much!

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