Reducing Information Pollution

FOMO=DIY IO

July 5, 2018 | Posted By mbaloney

FOMO or Fear of Missing Out has become a national disease that impacts our personal and work lives. Addiction to frequently checking our e-mail, Twitter, Instagram, etc. accounts singularly or overall diminishes time spent on work tasks and family activities. Information overload Addiction will be the theme of IORG’s October 2018 “Information Overload Day” webinar program this fall. Stay tuned for forthcoming details. Aysel Safarova @ chanty.com has an interesting blog post (3/17) discussing the impact of FOMO on worker productivity. If you in the FOMO camp, this post may help you? https://www.chanty.com/blog/fomo-fear-missing-out-keeps-killing-productivity/  MartyB #IORGFORUM

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