As a college student, I find that my list of productive things to do generally involves reading. I'm studying for classes, then I'm reading SETT blogs, then I read "On Writing Well"...the list goes on. I'm spending a lot of my time consuming information (albeit valuable information), and this leads to feeling unaccomplished.
I know that the first step to improvement is to gather information (reading). How can I do something correctly if I don't know whether or not I am?
But, I also remember reading in Four Hour Workweek - Tim Ferris suggests not reading more than one non-fiction book at a time.
So how do i switch gears and do more when I don't know what to do?
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