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Your Brain is Not a Hard Drive

Your Brain is Not a Hard Drive

by Blinkist

The biggest cause of information overload for most people is a lack of organization. Even though your brain is not a hard drive, people treat it like one. Between a dozen inboxes, notifications, and text messages, we wake up and drink from a digital fire hose. And we wonder why we’re so scatterbrained. Then, we mindlessly scroll, click on and consume so much content that we hardly remember any of it. When you store ideas inside your brain, it’s not only difficult to have new ideas, but it’s har... Read more

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