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Welcome to the digital age.
While we take for granted much of the technology that surrounds us and the way it has changed the way we work and relax; it&#x2019;s actually very important to recognize just how much it has impacted our lives.
Today we are constantly bombarded by information and stimulation and it is taking its toll on our brains. Meanwhile, the expectations placed on us by our work have only increased as a result of greater productivity tools and enhanced connectivity.
And it&#x2019;s not just technology that has changed life for us either. The demands placed on us in other areas have also increased. The world is more populous, living costs have gone up and our roles in society have changed.
More and more women are now working full time, which while a good thing, has created new challenges in trying to raise and care for our children. The roles of men have likewise become increasingly uncertain and competition for employment is fiercer than ever.
Don&#x2019;t get me wrong &#x2013; of this is bad in itself! Having greater access to entertainment, being able to communicate with anyone in the world and enjoying greater equality than ever before are all good things. The state of the economy is a little less rosy. But all in all, times are good.
The problem? We&#x2019;re having a hard time keeping up with all this change!
And it&#x2019;s leading to burnout.
For a great number of us, the demands placed on us are simply too great for us to shoulder. The constant stimulation and constant bombardment of information is leading to burnout. And knowing how to get what we want from life is seemingly impossible.
Our brains evolved in entirely different environments and they simply aren&#x2019;t designed to thrive under these conditions. The result is what we call &#x2018;overwhelm&#x2019;. That means too much information, too much pressure, too much to do and too little time. We end up stressed, exhausted and disorganized and it&#x2019;s just not good for our health.


Introduction
The Modern Dilemma
Conquering Information Overload &#x2013; What You Will Learn
Chapter 1. Too Many Decisions
How to Reduce Decisions
Chapter 2. Organizing Your Home
Get Ruthless
Designated Rooms
Staying on Top of Cleaning
Aim High
Chapter 3. Organizing Your Social Life
Prioritize
Forget Frenemies
Keep a Calendar
Facebook
Chapter 4. Organizing Your Time
Recognize Your Limits
Walk or Sit, Don&#x2019;t Wobble!
Timing Your Tasks
Multitasking
Close Open Loops
Chapter 5: Work, Work, Work
Be More Productive at Work
Removing Distractions
The Pomodoro Technique
Reducing Email
Reducing Communication Overhead
Flexi-Time
Chapter 6. Be Clear About Your Goals
How to Write Goals Properly
Chapter 7. Limit Your Sources of Information
Pick Some New Hobbies
Meditation
Have Quiet Time
Chapter 8. Value Your Time
Outsourcing
Chapter 9. Be Vocal
Asking Friends for Help
Other Ways to be Vocal
Chapter 10. Inside and Out &#x2013; Health Habits
Eating for Energy
Clean, Sharp and Impressive
More Lifestyle Tips
Conclusion
A Day to Rearrange
Moving Forward






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