Author: Margie Kiesel

Interrupt the overload!

Today’s IORG Guest Post is from Ingrid Pope, executive coach and professional mind de-clutterer.  Ingrid’s mission is to de-clutter the world of everything that gets in the way of our effectiveness, our focus, and our life  by creating space to think, to work, to live.  https://creatingspacecoaching.co.uk/

Very often, overload is something that happens to us.

We can be overloaded with …

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Information: is less more?

Today’s IORG Guest Post is from Ingrid Pope, executive coach and professional mind de-clutterer.  Ingrid’s mission is to de-clutter the world of everything that gets in the way of our effectiveness, our focus, and our life  by creating space to think, to work, to live.  https://creatingspacecoaching.co.uk/

I am sure that we have all agonized over decisions that needed to be …

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IORG Resource Center Seeks New Innovative Content

The IORG Resource Center is a crowd-sourced directory of links and abstracts to articles and resources about Information Overload and related issues such as interruptions, multi-tasking, attention management, and similar information management challenges.

For the past decade, IORG has been accepting relevant articles from all sources, including re-posts of someone else’s material that is readily available elsewhere on the internet.  …

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Information Overload – Nature’s Voice

Nature’s Voice: Health and Humanities by Piero Formica is a deep and enlightening essay spanning the ages from Socrates to current day with an emphasis on the importance of the symbiotic relationship between humankind and nature. A gentle reminder that nature is a partner, we are guests on this planet. We learn from history that we do not learn from …

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Misinformation Overload

It is currently estimated that through mobile phones, electronic mail, television, radio, newspapers, books, social media etc people receive about 105,000 words and 34 Gigabytes of information per day. Unfortunately, alot of this information is superficial, manipulated, and biased. People are so inundated and overwhelmed by the deluge of information overload, that they lose the ability to think and feel, …

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De-cluttering the Noise for Decision-Making

Today’s IORG Guest Post is from Ingrid Pope, Mind De-Clutterer and Executive Coach.  Ingrid’s mission is to de-clutter the world of everything that gets in the way of our effectiveness, our focus, and our life  by creating space to think, to work, to live.  https://creatingspacecoaching.co.uk/

One of our biggest challenges today is the overload of data and information, especially when …

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Information Overload – Nutrition

I recently completed the eCornell T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutritional Studies Plant-Based Nutrition certificate program.  One of the things I learned is that like everything else in the world even “nutrition” can be a victim of information overload.  It is overwhelming to try to separate fact from fiction when researching dietary choices when a google search of the word …

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Creating Space: Tips on De-Cluttering while Working from Home

Ingrid Pope is a Mind De-Clutterer and Executive Coach.  Ingrid’s mission is to de-clutter the world of everything that gets in the way of our effectiveness, our focus, and our life by creating space to think, to work, to live. https://creatingspacecoaching.co.uk/

Over the past year Ingrid has posted 15 de-cluttering tips inspired by conversations with her clients. Clutter in all …

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Who’s in Charge?

When we think about information overload, we quickly go to our inbox as a major source of mental clutter and stress. Not only is the number of e-mails in our inbox a source of pressure, but also the feeling that this pressure is caused externally by others: someone, somewhere sent us something that we now need to deal with. These …

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Mindful or Mind Full ?

More so than usual as we exit 2020 and enter the new year most of us are looking forward to letting go and leaving behind anything that no longer serves our purpose. This may include physical stuff that we clean out of closets and drawers, digital information overload, and the clutter of thoughts stored in our mind. Clutter drains our …

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