Kostenlos Textbooks The Organized Mind: Thinking Straight in the Age of Information Overload (English Edition)Autor Daniel Levitin – Collateralloan.co

Thought provoking and practical Good advice based on sound neuroscientific principles Sunday TimesInThe Organized Mind, New York Times and Sunday Times bestselling author and neuroscientist Daniel Levitin offers solutions for the problems of information overloadOverwhelmed by demands on your time Baffled by the sheer volume of data Youre not alone Even the smartest mind cant beat the organized mind when were unable to make sense of it all, our creativity plummets, our decision making suffers and we grow absent minded Nowadays, we drown under emails, forever juggle six tasks at once and try to make complex decisions ever quickly This is information overloadUsing a combination of academic research and examples from daily life, Daniel Levitin explains how to take back control of your life, from healthcare to online dating to raising kids, showing that the secret to success is always organization Youll discover life changing facts about How to make the most of your brains daily processing limit Why pressing Send or clicking Like are addictive Why daydreaming is your brain at its most productive What the most successful people keep in their drawer Why multitasking is a bad way to do nearly everythingIn a world where information is power, The Organized Mind holds the key to harnessing that information and making it work for you

6 thoughts on “The Organized Mind: Thinking Straight in the Age of Information Overload (English Edition)

  1. B. Herwig B. Herwig says:

    rgerlich trivial ich brauche kein Buch, um im Haus meinen Schl ssel immer an die gleiche Stelle zu legen oder wichtige Dinge aufzuschreiben und Aufgaben zu priorisierenAnnoyingly trivial I don t need a book to keep my keys always at the same place in the house or to write down important things and prioritize tasks

  2. politics-social-sciences.co Kunde politics-social-sciences.co Kunde says:

    If you are expecting a sort of guide book that will already confirm what you already believe you should do in order to spend time offline, then this book is not for you.HOWEVER, if you are interested in how the brain works, how attention works, how much switching between tasks costs, how the states of mind wandering and focus work and many other similar things, this book is definitely for you You will learn a lot about the brain, mind illusions and the like It s been a real entertaining and interesting book.What I found funny was the author mentioning a professor and his friend who both have written a book I ve read I found this book better than his professor s, though Spoiler alert What I also found very interesting was learning that people used to consider writing and later books a bad idea because it enabled everyone to write them and there would be a too large amount of books for one to read Some also claimed writing could be falsified and that it were better for someone to get information directly from the horse s mouth.

  3. THS THS says:

    Der Autor schreibt gut lesbar trotz wissenschaftlicher Hintergr nde Er erkl rt die Ergebnisse der Hirnforschung anschaulich und gibt konkrete Tips zur Umsetzung dieser Erkenntnisse in einen besser organisierten Alltag.

  4. charlotte73 charlotte73 says:

    Ein wirklich sehr spannendes und lehrreiches Buch ber die Organisation des Gehirns Jeder der mehr ber eine bessere Organisation erfahren will ist hier genau richtig.

  5. Wouter V. Wouter V. says:

    This book discusses complex matters in a surprisingly accessible matter without being denigrating or patronizing towards the reader.It s truly eye opening, revealing matters of the brain and organization that are sometimes easy, sometimes hard, but always useful to implement in real life.

  6. Djordjije Matic Djordjije Matic says:

    recommend for everyone