How to avoid        information overloadLeanne Rizzo                                     QuickTime™ and a                 ...
“There are many things of which a wise    man might wish to be ignorant”               ― Ralph Waldo Emerson              ...
The quest for        elegance     Quest for elegance                        Less can be MOREEmpty space is OK!
Maintain a work/life balance     QuickTime™ an      decompressorare needed to see this                                    ...
“…a bulging [email] in-box demoralizes  users with feelings of overload”                                               (Hu...
Practical Tips on Managing      your Email In-box• Delete all spam• Save FYI emails or action items in  appropriate digita...
Hurst’s definition of the email                Inductionprocess:                 “induction” definitionThe massive cleanin...
Schedule certain times of day to check emails or return phone calls     QuickTime™ an        decompressorare neededTips   ...
QuickTime™ an      decompressorare needed to see this  Be comfortable with silence                          QuickTime™ and...
Debrief after meetings• “Ask yourselves, ‘Did we accomplish  everything we set out to do? Is everyone  clear on the next s...
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QuickTime™ an      decompressorare needed to see this                 Mistakes        Be OK with mistakes    Anyone who ha...
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“People today are in danger of drowning in information; but, because they have been taught that information is useful, the...
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Balance is the perfect state of still water. Let that be your model.Remembering balance It remains quiet within and is not...
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  • How to Avoid Information Overload

    1. 1. How to avoid information overloadLeanne Rizzo QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. https://secure.flickr.com/photos/intersectionconsulting/7537238368/sizes/n/
    2. 2. “There are many things of which a wise man might wish to be ignorant” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. https://secure.flickr.com/photos/eltpics/8197953256/sizes/n/
    3. 3. The quest for elegance Quest for elegance Less can be MOREEmpty space is OK!
    4. 4. Maintain a work/life balance QuickTime™ an decompressorare needed to see this Spirals https://secure.flickr.com/photos/mlehet/51389051/
    5. 5. “…a bulging [email] in-box demoralizes users with feelings of overload” (Hurst, 2007,p. 25) QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. https://secure.flickr.com/photos/slipstreamblue/2638690797/sizes/n/
    6. 6. Practical Tips on Managing your Email In-box• Delete all spam• Save FYI emails or action items in appropriate digital folder• Finish 2 minute tasks immediately• Have a to do list for items that will take longer than 2 minutes• Empty out entire email inbox every day• “Induction” process may be needed
    7. 7. Hurst’s definition of the email Inductionprocess: “induction” definitionThe massive cleaning out of several emails that have piled up over a specific amount of time and therefore make your in-box a total count of 0.Hurst suggests that your inbox is a mere temporary holding place for communication and it’s not meant to live there.
    8. 8. Schedule certain times of day to check emails or return phone calls QuickTime™ an decompressorare neededTips to see this Time management Time Management Schedule certain times of day to check emails and return phone calls https://secure.flickr.com/photos/22280677@N07/
    9. 9. QuickTime™ an decompressorare needed to see this Be comfortable with silence QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. https://secure.flickr.com/photos/66119192@N03/6022322818/sizes/m/ Be comfortable with silence
    10. 10. Debrief after meetings• “Ask yourselves, ‘Did we accomplish everything we set out to do? Is everyone clear on the next steps?’ “ (Levine, 2006, p.113)• Schedule follow-up tasks that need to be completed• Stay in touch with the front lines. “Find some way to ‘meet’ with your customers and ask them about them about their needs” (Levine, 2006, p. 117).
    11. 11. Dance Schedule time not just for working, but for playing… https://secure.flickr.com/photos/camargofernanda/8077035604/
    12. 12. QuickTime™ an decompressorare needed to see this Mistakes Be OK with mistakes Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new. ~ Albert Einstein
    13. 13. Jump on 2- risk taking QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. https://secure.flickr.com/photos/sovietuk/486119799/sizes/s/ Being willing to take risks
    14. 14. “People today are in danger of drowning in information; but, because they have been taught that information is useful, they are more willing to drown than they need be. If they could handle information, they would not have to drown at all.” ― Idries Shah, Reflections
    15. 15. QuickTime™ an Other decompressor Resources:are needed to see this Resources 1) Blur: How to Know What’s True in the Age of Information Overload by Bill Kovach and Tom Rosenstiel 2) Bit Literacy: Productivity in the Age of Information and E-mail Overload by Mark Hurst 3) The Dip QuickTime™ and a decompressor by Seth Godin are needed to see this picture. 4) Cut to the Chase: And 99 Other Rules to Liberate Yourself and Gain Back the Gift of Time by Stuart R. Levine 5) The overflowing brain : information overload and the limits of working memory https://secure.flickr.com/photos/cherigrace/7478349084/sizes/m/ by Torkel Klingberg
    16. 16. Balance is the perfect state of still water. Let that be your model.Remembering balance It remains quiet within and is not disturbed on the surface. -Confucius QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. https://secure.flickr.com/photos/ladymaggic/4594513247/sizes/m
    17. 17. QuickTime™ an decompressor Referencesare needed to see this References ba1969. (Photographer). (2012). Canvas texture 1, 2, 4, & 5. [Web Photo]. Retrieved from http://www.sxc.hu/browse.phtml?f=search&txt=texture&w=1&x=0&y=0 Hurst, M. (2007). Bit literacy: Productivity in the age of information and e-mail overload. New York: Good Experience Press. Levine, S. (2006). Cut to the chase: And 99 other rules to liberate yourself and gain back the gift of time. (pp. 113-117). New York: Doubleday.

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