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e are all spoiled for choices and sources and demands on our time and attention. I highly recommend that you divert some of it to read my friend Ross Dawson’s latest book and his book and the exercises and resources within it will help you whether you are a experienced information junky or just finding yourself in your career in the modern world.
Ross Dawson spoke at a conference I organized years ago and it is a pleasure to read a book by a friend that in turn cites and refers to many folks I know on a topic that we are all struggling with daily. While I use my own approaches and choices of tools and methods to (try) to have a handle on information overload these days I’m really glad to have read Thriving on Overload and I will be thinking about the approach within it as I work going forward.
Clear and actionable insights on how to shift from being overwhelmed in today’s world of excessive information, to being able to leverage our access to unlimited knowledge for our benefit. The lessons can be easily applied across roles and industries, in order to enhance our work and daily lives. I would recommend this book for any young professionals needing a leg up & looking to take that next step in their careers.