Thriving on Overload Insights
Useful concepts, approaches, and perspectives distilled from the book, our fabulous podcast guests, and the wealth of valuable resources available around the world
Lex Fridman is incredibly productive. He is an AI researcher and lecturer at MIT, and host of the extremely successful Lex Fridman podcast, in which he interviews guests such as Elon Musk, Joe...
Author, podcaster, and investor Tim Ferriss believes in the power of avoiding distractions. Asked recently what of his advice more people should follow, his immediate response was to adopt the...
This excerpt from Chapter 4 of Thriving on Overload delves into how going into peripheral vision can broaden not only what we perceive but also our thinking. There is a reason that houses with...
English-speaking pop culture including Hollywood and American and British music seemed to be swamping the world, leading to fears that in a global world all other cultures would be overwhelmed. The...
Cathy Hackl on riding the rocket of emerging technologies by sharing, participating, and being an active voice
Cathy Hackl is a true thought leader in the exploding metaverse/ web 3 space, being named as one of the "Top 10 Most Influential Women in Tech Right Now" by BigThink, one of the top tech voices on...
As author and founder of the popular blog Stratechery, Taiwan-based Ben Thompson is extraordinarily prolific. In an interview on The Knowledge Project, he talks about what his typical daily routine...
Did you do it? How many do you have open? I’m willing to bet it’s more than just a handful. According to a recent study from Carnegie Mellon University, 30% of participants agreed to having a “tab...
Literary giants have provided us clues to help us in a world awash with information. When he was featured on the Knowledge Project podcast, venture investor and entrepreneur Josh Wolfe (@wolfejosh)...
In Thriving on Overload, in Chapter 2 on Framing, I describe how we can use concept frameworks to make sense of the world, filter information, build patterns, generate insight, and enhance...
There are many ways we can improve our attention and focus through simple activities and approaches. Andrew Huberman's excellent podcast Huberman Lab has many great insights, a lot of them packed...
The old saw is that those who got rich in California’s 1840s Gold Rush were the ones selling equipment to the diggers. Tim O’Reilly avowedly built his publishing business O’Reilly Media to provide...
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