This is the age of information but do you have any idea how much information you’re actually trying to stuff into your brain? At least five times more than at any other time in human history!
One one hand, we’re drowning in data; on the other hand, we’re expected to make decisions faster and better than ever.
Award-winning neuroscientist and author Daniel Levitin says it’s too much. He says the only way to cope is by making some fundamental changes to the very way we think. In his new book, The Organized Mind: Thinking Straight in the Age of Information Overload, Daniel explains how we should start making these changes.
Find out how to recognize the limitations of your brain and learn how to take a different approach to information management.
Is there any truth to the theories that we only use 10 percent of our brain? Daniel dispels this popular culture myth.
He offers his low-tech tips for boosting your brain power.
Click here to visit Daniel’s website to learn more.