It’s easy to think that one more click or brainstorming session will provide the “Aha!” moment you seek. Unfortunately, you’re more likely to end up with analysis paralysis and risk missed opportunities.
Here’s how to avoid it:
1. Determine your objectives. What is the outcome you’d like to achieve?
2. Relevant information is actionable. Consider what’s critical and skip the rest.
3. Consume the minimum effective dose. There’s truth to too much of a good thing.
Remember that a good decision made quickly is better than a great decision made too late.