In the beginning of life, we learn new things. We learn how to crawl. We learn how to walk, and we learn how to talk.
As we grow, we learn more things. How to get things done by our own mentors (our parents). Learn things on how to survive and learn things on how to apply them in our daily lives.
In the middle of this learning, everything will be in place. We digest what we see, we do trial and error experiment and we decide what we can do with it.
Learning is non stop, with thousands if not millions of information available now over the internet, you can’t go wrong to read all of these information you think can help you find an answer.
Once in awhile, do it slow and grind all the information you just read.
There is a limited time to compare notes.
Too much information will lead to an Information Overload.
The state of the brain where too many data (information) has been store and won’t be able to process.
Be aware with this. It will slow you down to get things done and sometimes it will stress you out.
Take a break in between.