Information overload: How to manage it

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Culturally, the concept of information overload has been around since the ‘70s when Alvin and Heidi Toffler first coined the term in their book Future Shock. At that time, car phones were about to become the latest communication craze, just like the computer before it.

Information, it seemed, was about to come from everywhere.

And now it does.

What does information overload feel like?

There are a million things that come your way every day. As a leader, you have people who report to you – all with different needs – and clients who want your attention. You deal

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