– Information burnout is a symptom of constantly pinning a finite biological human brain in a sparring contest with a seemingly infinite digital world.
– Information burnout is less related to all the data points but more so to our frameworks for organizing our knowledge.
– Personal knowledge management allows your biological brain to foster a deep sense of intuition and better judgment.
– To be clear, personal knowledge management isnt some magical discipline that will turn you into a better investor you can still lose the shirt off your back like anyone else but its about pairing action with information intake.
– In crypto, that information is often some alpha or insights that will move a projects price substantially that have yet to be absorbed into the market.
– A mistake is to let an irrational market dictate the quality of your research and understanding of the space unless, of course, your subject matter is irrational markets.
– A scarcity mindset for information intake devalues what we already know and have learned.
– The contrast seems to be knowing when you have enough information to have an articulated stance on a matter personally.
– An abundance mindset would be to do the research, but once you have enough information, to take a strong stance about which coins or blockchains you think will succeed, and put your money there.
– Crypto enthusiasts, many of which lose sleep attempting to keep up with their own research, can benefit from externalizing the educational journey.
-Tiagos’s course on personal knowledge management has become particularly popular among crypto enthusiasts.
– To prevent information burnout, Tiago recommends introducing a time delay between when you first notice a piece of content, and when you consume it.