047 | Shutting Down Information Overload To Combat Content Obesity

047 Shutting Down Information Overload To Combat Content Obesity

In this episode, I introduce the concept of content obesity, provide strategies to analyze whether the content you’re consuming is really worth your time, and tell you how to break free from the chains of information overload holding you back from being productive.

I cover the nutritional value of content selection, FOMO, the Forgetting Curve, course-aholism, shiny object syndrome, DIY versus delegating, multiple listens, and weigh in on what content you need to cut out to reduce stress, improve your productivity, and grow your business.

I hope you enjoy my episode on combatting content obesity and encourage you to start cutting certain content out of your life today. Now let’s jump right in and get to the straight talk!


What You'll Discover In This Episode:

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    The Harmful Side Effects Of Being Content Obese
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    What The Forgetting Curve Tells Us About Information Retention
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    Tips For Weeding Out Fruitless Content From Desired Information
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    The #1 Rule As To Who And What You Should Let Between Your Ears
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    So Much More!

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