What Your Bowel Movements Can Teach You About Reducing Information Overload

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If you aren’t absolutely disgusted by this metaphor, keep reading. If you are, I don’t give a shit (pun intended).

There are two major information overload reduction strategies that most people overlook.

  1. Discarding useless shit and eliminating the non-essential
  2. Offloading what’s on

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