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Habits of a Highly Effective Person




CNNMoney has a nice writeup by Bill Gates about his work habits, how he limits information overload, and prevents information underload. I'd say he's about as effective a person as you can get, similar to Steve Jobs, so take a look and mine this article for all its nuggets.

One nice bit: "Staying focused is one issue; that's the problem of information
overload. The other problem is information underload. Being flooded
with information doesn't mean we have the right information or that
we're in touch with the right people."

Read the entire article for more on how he uses technology, and good work habits to get things accomplished and to vision the future.


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