How to become an information processing ninja

Small Business Trends, an award-winning website for business owners and entrepreneurs, has done a nice review of Thriving On Overload titled Thriving on Overload Will Make You an Information Processing Ninja giving it 5 stars each for content, freshness, and usefulness.

In an article titled she writes:

“I received a review copy a few weeks ago and thought I’d give it a test run.  As someone who is constantly trying to make sense of information, I can tell you this process worked for me.

In fact, when you get into the book, you’ll find yourself thinking “I do that all the time!” But the truth of the matter is that you’ve been doing it unconsciously and not consistently. 

That’s what makes this book so practical and worth your time to read. As you go through the book and do the exercises inside each chapter, you’ll find yourself naturally and effortlessly weeding out the golden needles of relevance from the information haystack.”

In a section “3 Reasons Why Thriving on Overload is Worth Reading” she writes:

1. You’ll save hundreds, if not thousands of hours weeding through useless information. 

2. The exercises walk you through each “power” so that you walk away with a set of personal guidelines for consuming information. 

3. This book will show you how to learn deeper and integrate the information you’re consuming

By the time you’re done reading this book, you’ll be an information processing ninja.

Thriving On Overload will be released on September 6. Pre-order it now and be one of the first to breeze through processing technical, research, and any other type of information, as the review tells you the book will allow you to do.

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August 13, 2022

“A how-to for turning a surplus of information into expertise, insight, and better decisions.”

Nir Eyal

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“If you read only one business book this year, make it Thriving on Overload.”

Nick Abrahams

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“A must read for leaders of today and tomorrow.”

Mark Bonchek

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“If you’ve ever wondered where to start to prioritize your life, you must buy this book!”

Joyce Gioia

CEO, The Herman Group of Companies and Author, Experience Rules

“A timely and important book for managers and executives looking to make sense of the ever-increasing information deluge.”

Sangeet Paul Choudary

Founder, Platformation Labs and Author, Platform Revolution

“This must-read book shares the pragmatic secrets of how to overcome being overwhelmed and how to turn information into an unfair advantage.”

R "Ray" Wang

CEO, Constellation Research and author, Everybody Wants to Rule the World

“An amazing compendium that can help even the most organised and fastidious person to improve their thinking and processes.”

Justin Baird

Chief Technology Office, APAC, Microsoft

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