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Prioritizing action

Some of us who are intellectually curious, voracious readers are constantly consuming information.  It’s natural to want to stay on top of breaking news, trends, and learn new things.  But we’ll never have “all” the info.  And many times we’ve already consumed enough to determine a reasonable course of action.

Here’s something I’m working on for myself, that may be helpful to others:  assuming I already have reliable info on any topic (a pandemic, water consumption, sugar intake, sleep…) I force myself to change my behavior based on what I learned before consuming more.

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