Here’s a powerful corollary to proper selection. Choose the highest-yield material and you can be an idiot and still enjoy stunning success. This is the power of understanding the difference between being effective (doing the right things) and being efficient (doing things right).
Effective Decision Making
Should you keep searching, exploring or gathering more information? Or do you already have enough information at your disposal and should just make a decision? That is the aim of understanding this trade-off. To help you make the optimal decision.
If you are in a dilemma as to what your next career move should be, a useful touchstone test would be to ask yourself “is it time for me to earn or to learn?”
Too much information can ironically be detrimental. Again, the Laws of Economics apply here. Too much of a good thing becomes bad. Just like lobster tastes good. But keep stuffing it down your throat and you will soon feel like vomiting.