Watch this video training about a low information diet, and why it may help your leadership!

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The Pitfall Of Loving to Learn

If you’re reading this, you probably love learning.  Listening to podcasts, hearing from your peers, hitting book goals, and continuing to take in information.  But are you seeking information for the sake of learning, or is it for a purpose?  There is a good chance that as you take in more and more information, you’re implementing less and less.  Where does this leave you as a leader, business owner, or person?  Without much change or improvement.

What Is a Low Information Diet?

When you’re taking in information, I want to encourage you to seek information that solves a specific problem or gap in your leadership.  If you don’t, you’ll find yourself getting spread thin.  By focusing on specific topics and expert advice, you will begin to implement a low information diet.  You’ll be able to go deep in specific areas of growth, rather than knowing a little bit about a lot.

This doesn’t mean you should stop reading books or listening to podcasts altogether.  What I recommend is curating the content that you take in.  Consider one or two areas where you want to improve.  Then, seek out specific resources that speak to those topics.