How to Deal with Information Overload (Infographic)

by Krissy Brady · 8 comments

We all strive for neatly-packaged workdays, but as soon as we enter our office we’re hit with information overload – e-mails, instant messages, phone calls, text messages, online and offline meetings – and it becomes more and more overwhelming to keep our heads above water.

Quite honestly, I’m surprised our heads are still attached to our bodies!

Just like time management is important, so is information management. You’re in complete control of how you spend your time. Decide for yourself the difference between important information and the information you can do without.

Below are tips to help you survive information overload.

How to Deal with Information Overload (Infographic)

Krissy Brady

Krissy Brady is a freelance writer from Gravenhurst, Ontario. She freelances for women’s magazines and is currently writing her first screenplay. Like the women she writes for, she wants to have it all, but first needs to figure out what that means.

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Dino Dogan August 15, 2012 at 12:37 pm

hey Lori…

We need to hook you up with the embed code. Creating and publishing an infographic is a lot of work, so you might as well squeeze all the juice out of it, and that means giving ppl the embed code so they can get an infographic and give a link back πŸ™‚

You know how to get in touch πŸ™‚


LoriRTaylor August 15, 2012 at 12:54 pm

Dino – thank you dear friend for reading and helping me – as usual

Emailing you now for clarification you shine and I love the Triberr community




Tea Silvestre, aka Word Chef August 21, 2012 at 8:20 am

This is great, Lori. The “infobesity” epidemic is upon us and we need to be more aware than ever about our tendencies to overconsume.


LoriRTaylor August 22, 2012 at 7:32 am

I love that word so much “infobesity” – fantastic!


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