Mastering the Information Age
IN THIS SUMMARY
McCarthy suggests in Mastering the Information Age, that we metabolize thoughts, feelings, sounds, colors, smells, etc. Also, he projects that because integrity and ethics will be the major concern of the future, the quest for money and possessions is increasingly becoming a counterproductive activity that blinds one to higher-valued information. This work is a crash course in information management designed to combat counterproductivity by drawing on the latest research in cognitive psychology, neuroscience, and accelerated learning. McCarthy provides strategies and techniques (Learning Activators) specifically designed to help anyone become a Master of Information by controlling information overload, learning to read faster, finding information more quickly, thinking more sharply, presenting information, and achieving peak intelligence.