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Managing Information Overload

It's well-known that many of the most successful people in the world are highly effective readers, that is, they read strategically with a clear purpose and focus. 

"President John F....

Information Overload: A never ending story of stress?

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Managing Information Overload
Maximise your capacity to absorb new information and sustain high performance!

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Bill Jarrard & Jennifer Goddard, Mindwerx...

It's well-known that many of the most successful people in the world are highly effective readers, that is, they read strategically with a clear purpose and focus. 

"President John F. Kennedy is perhaps the most famous speed reader. This is because he emphasised his intelligence and mental capacity during his campaigns and made it publically known that, having been a normal reader whose speed was approximately 284 words per minute, he had studied speed reading.

It...

The 'Why' Factor is crucial to success. The 'why' factor is crucial to success.  A feature story by Padma Iyer in the Weekend Australian's Professional section some time ago now, discusses this proposition with Simon Sinek explored in his new book Start...

Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Glen Stevens has stirred the Productivity pot. 

Reserve Bank of Australia Over the last few days The Financial Review has been reporting on Stevens comments, which included that when Government...

Tips & Tools to Manage Information Overload

Managing Information Overload with Mindwerx Information Overload, described as “an excess of information that results in an inability to concentrate on tasks and stay focused”, is a massive problem...

Managing Information Overload with Mindwerx How do we consume information?

In a new TED Talk technologist JP Rangaswami muses on our relationship to information, and offers a surprising and sharp insight: we treat it like food.

Fascinating for me was that he likened the...

Managing Information Overload with Mindwerx Managing Information Overload is without doubt one of the most important skills an individual can develop today. 

With the massive increase in information availability, and with it bombarding us every...

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