Personal Knowledge Management vs Personal Knowledge Generation

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In a world where information overload is making us stupid, unproductive, and Poor, people overvalue the importance of personal knowledge management and undervalue the role of personal knowledge generation.

They highlight and underline articles on the internet, create elaborate systems to capture notes from the books they read, and store information in…

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