The sheer volume of information we encounter daily is staggering. Just dealing with it can easily consume the bulk of your time. To manage it, it’s important to discriminate between what is valuable information and what is just noise.
Before you spend your time reading or watching something, ask yourself, “Is this really worth my time and attention?” Remember, your definition of valuable information will change because it’s a reflection of your current priorities. Staying tuned in to what’s important to you helps ensure that you prioritize based on your values and agenda.
As Jim Rohn, author and motivational speaker, says, “If you waste time on things that don’t count you’ll be left with a shell of a life versus a life of substance.”
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