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.