So, how do I avoid information overload?
By using a process called “SIFTING”. This involves “sifting” through the trash of things in your mind and nonessential actions that have no pertinence or relevance, preventing you from achieving what you really want in life. If you do not take advantage of this process, it WILL cost you in the long run.
Let’s say, for example, you’ve won the opportunity of a lifetime in which a reputable diamond company, which has outstanding A+ credibility and also has been in business for numerous years, informs you by letter that they have placed a bag of diamonds at the city dump, which if found by you will be solely yours. The city dump has allowed you access and lets you in on the basis of this company’s instructions. What stands before your eyes is a big heaping mountain of trash and filth, made up of all kinds of garbage. It has already been confirmed, by all entities involved, that the bag of diamonds is there and you are offered only this one time to retrieve it. Consequently, just as unsettling as the mountain of trash looming in front of you seems, likewise, are the following TWO life defining choices you are immediately presented with and must decide on with prudence and expediency. On one hand, your choice could be to get going and start digging in, sifting through the trash, where the hidden bag of diamonds is located that could change your life forever. Once found, it would give you everything that you’ve dreamed of and everything that you’ve worked hard to attain in your life. This one event, literally insures that your life will change, overnight, into something totally different - once you gain possession of this bag. On the other hand, you may reject this offer. You will look at this pile of trash and garbage with disdain and which also smells, knowing that you will get filthy and be sifting trash for hours, maybe even days, with no actual knowledge of how large or small the bag of diamonds may be. Will this search be worth the time, effort, and strain? At this point, the decisive question is not what you are going to DO, because these parameters have already been laid out. The real question is what do you actually BELIEVE? What do you believe is the right choice or way to go? Once all information has been gathered, what you ‘believe’ at this time will dictate your actions, swaying towards the prospect of your future.
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