Weaponized your mind and regain mastery in the modern information age by Daniel J. Levitin

“The most fundamental principle of the organized mind, the one most critical to keeping us from forgetting or losing things, is to shift the burden of organizing from our brains to the external world.” — Daniel J. Levitin

It is such a mystery the way our brain manages to process information. Oftentimes, our mind can only handle information and when it reaches the limit, it gets too cluttered that it becomes difficult to do anything without getting distracted and forgetting some of them completely.

And when our brains get tired, that’s not going to end well for us! We can lose our FOCUS, CLARITY and affect our DECISION-MAKING skills.

That is why the author, Daniel J. Levitin the award-winning neuroscientist, musician, and best-selling author, reveals how new research into the cognitive neuroscience of attention and memory can be applied to the challenges of our daily lives.

‘The Organized Mind’ shows how to navigate the churning flood of information in the twenty-first century with the same neuroscientific perspective.


This Visual Mind Map explains that the human brain evolved over thousands of years and now in present-day society, knowing how your brain works and having a well-organized mind can be weaponized to adapt in the modern information overload culture.

That losing our keys or glasses - which by the way, is ridiculously annoying, is not a product of short-term memory loss, it’s actually because of how cluttered our brain is and multitasking fanatic.

I’d like to share a gem I’ve found on Youtube where the author, Daniel J. Levitin, became a speaker in Talks At Google where he discusses the modern information age forces us to adapt faster and work harder than ever before. Click the thumbnail below.


Here is the Visual Mind Map of “The Organized Mind: Thinking Straight in the Age of Information Overload by Daniel J. Levitinclick here.

If you want to have the A3 poster version download the PDF here.

You can read the one-pager executive summary by clicking here.

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