Another book of information on dealing with too much information? This one is different... For making sense of the overwhelming amount of information that bombards us, this book is a good place to start...One section deals with e-mail, voicemail, finding information online, and filing and storing information. It is worth the price of the book...Those drowning in an information deluge will find that this refreshing, humorous book is chock-full of practical ideas to stay afloat. -- Christianity Today <br><br> (Christianity Today
From the Back Cover
"Timely and much-needed . . . offers solid and practical advice and reminds us that the focus of our needs should be related to Gods purposes and plans for our lives. George Gallup Jr. "If you have the time, read this book. If you don't have the time, you really need to read this book. It will give you a precious gift. It will help you say no." John Ortberg, author of Everybody's Normal Till You Get to Know Them
Ever feel overwhelmed by the deluge of email, the frenzy of multitasking, the rush of things youve got to know and do? Then you dont have time not to read this bookbecause it will save you time and lower your stress.
You neednt read all of itjust what you need when you need it. Email killing you? Check out chapter 6. Interruptions ruining your focus? Tap the power of block dayschapter 10. No time for family or friends? Try an "info-techno Sabbath"chapter 11.
Screen out non-essential information Identify and retain what you really need Turn information into results Deal with information clutter Find your way through the Internet thicket Safeguard and optimize your time Reconnect with loved ones
Surviving Information Overload will bring focus, effectiveness, and sanity to your fast-paced life. Buy itbecause youll use it. Its a small investment, and the returns start immediately.