Drowning in Information Overload

Bradley Chambers: All of this is aimed at helping free up RAM in my brain to focus on what I want to focus on and eliminate various amounts of negativity. Like I said, I am not jumping off the Twitter train, but only engaging there in a window of time each day/week. I’ve also realized…

Bradley Chambers:

All of this is aimed at helping free up RAM in my brain to focus on what I want to focus on and eliminate various amounts of negativity. Like I said, I am not jumping off the Twitter train, but only engaging there in a window of time each day/week. I’ve also realized that I can get 90% as much enjoyment/benefit from social media with about 20% of the effort I was previously giving it.

My most productive days are the ones where I don’t check Twitter. I’ve set it up so the fastest thing I can do on Twitter is tweet — I try to avoid the rest of it as much as I can.

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