If you’re reading this, you’re probably waiting for the answer to why you hoard information and how you can curb that clutter. You’re in the right place.
If you accept that you’re an infojunkie (or information junkie), then you’re ready for the steps to freedom.
Freedom from overwhelm, from overload, from overthinking.
Ultimately, you want freedom from the burnout that infojunkies face when taking in too much information and not having a system to sort and organize it all. There’s a lot of great stuff out there (books, blogs, podcasts, videos, etc.), but what good does it do you if you can’t remember it, can’t find it, can’t understand it and can’t apply it?
What can you do if you still want to learn and know everything, but be clear-headed enough to use it?
Most of us don’t get to that part. We learn all there is to know about a topic, and we’re either not clear (more confused than ever) or not inspired (discouraged) to act on it. So it stays stored in our heads floating around with all the other stuff we “should have done by now.”
Is that you?
If so, take the quiz to find out what type of infojunkie you are.
Put an end to the foggy, head-spinning, scatterbrained way of doing things.
Before you continue to drown in more information that won’t solve the problem, or finally throw your hands up in defeat, try this first.