The Organized Mind: Thinking Straight in the Age of Information Overload by Daniel J Levitin

The Organized Mind by Daniel J Levitin

Are you busy, stressed and often tired? The Organized Mind by Daniel J Levitin will reveal not only why, but what to do about it and even achieve the nirvana of ‘flow’ – a creative, heightened state of mind, untroubled by fear.

Psychology professor Daniel Levitin unmasks how our brains are poorly suited to the complex and overwhelming information demands of modern life. Chief culprit is multi-tasking – constantly switching between email, Twitter, Facebook and web news pages.

An organised mind, though, systematically externalises memory and reaps the biggest rewards from deeper concentration by staying on just one task at a time. A must-read for any harried executive.

Now out in paperback, published by Penguin, £6.99


About author

Dan Lewis

Dan Lewis

Dan Lewis has been working with the IoD since 2011 on Energy Policy. Since March 2014, his brief has been expanded more broadly to include Infrastructure. Incorporating energy as well as roads, railways, airports, ports, utilities, telecommunications, flood defences, waste and local amenities. His role is to meet and engage with the business community on infrastructure and energy issues, develop and write policy papers and contribute to the media on behalf of the IoD.

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