Is the ‘Low Information Diet’ bad for you? There’s a better way to discuss how we consume information.
It never ceases to amaze me how many folks can operate with meticulous, analytical principles within their professional careers, while leaving their personal lives to whim and fancy. It is as if they are living two lives: The Analytical Life at Work and a directionless one in their personal lives. I call this the work life paradox.
Allen Gannett is living proof that you can be highly creative and analytical at the same time, and that the creative vs. analytical distinction is a fallacy.
A quick and dirty way to analyze your web surfing habits and view your chrome history.
While The Analytical Life requires thoughtfulness and patience in order to perform the necessary reflection and analysis, we cannot allow ourselves to fall into habits of procrastination and analysis paralysis.