Saturday, June 19, 2010
It's like the chocolate cake always in front of your face.
Sooner or later, you can going to reach out for a slice.
The only way to reduce information overload is to define your goals and to stick to them as closely as possible.
As far as possible, keep only one window of your computer open.
Turn off the email alerts, the IM windows, the Internet browser.
Better yet, switch off the broadband connection whenever it's not required.
Focus on one thing at a time.
Give it all your attention.
Until it's done or you're done with it.
Then go on to the next thing.
Quit the clamor. Cut the static before it deafens you and deadens your senses.
(Image: Cake: http://www.freepixels.com)