I took action on very little and what I did was very sporadic as result I just pour money straight down the drain.
Obviously there's a learning curve and you have to spend money to learn the ropes but where does it stop I was addicted to wso and information but didn't have clue about taking action.
I was simply overwhelmed by the enormous amount of information that I had poured into my brain.
My first step out of this morass was to realize that I had a problem the second was to learn to stop buying things on impulse and to ask myself if I really needed this product.
Over $10,000 in debt ( a good proportion spent on wso's and other IM purchases) also helped to focus my mind.
I still buy wso's but I am much more choosy now.
So back to my question how do you cope with wso addiction and information overload