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One of problems of information overload is trying to absorb information on too many subjects. Distraction is a bad thing that happens to all of us. You can avoid getting distracted if you set a goal, focus on that goal, and nothing else but that goal, until you've achieved it.
The other reason for information overload, that I can think of, is big rush to make money. Have you ever known someone that is involved in a MLM program? They are incredibly enthusiastic for a week or two, maybe even a few months, but as time goes by they slow down and eventually they give up.
Why is that? It's because their *drive* was all about fast buck. Their commitment was not based on a true job change. If their desire was to change their employment over to that particular MLM program, then it would change their whole outlook.
However, because they do not see fast money and huge checks promised within a few months, they give up.
Don't be in a hurry to make a fast buck on Internet. Think of this as your new job. It's not temporary; it's going to be something you're going to build over time. And in time it will be very good to you and you will earn money.
Did I say earn? Yes, that's it. You will **earn** money. The fast buck is not earned. People who make fast money just happen to be in right place at right time.
So, learn what you need to know. Try to focus on that subject until you understand it well enough to apply it. Then and only then move on to your next task or goal.
Keep information overload in check. It's a must for any marketer. Stay focused and you'll reach your goals.
Chrisi Darrington http://www.netwoozy.com Helping people understand how to profit on the net. To subscribe to Netwoozy's newsletter mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org