Yaro talks about 'Information Overload' and how it can be dangerous to us as entrepreneurs. The extensive volumes of content available on the Internet at the click of a button can be extremely convenient when researching a new project, but when it gets to the point where you read so much info on a given topic that it overwhelms you, you can run the risk of burning yourself out before you even start.
When venturing into something new, it's great to have a general overview of the way to go about it, but if you begin to notice that all the info is weighing you down rather than motivate you - it's a good sign for you to stop reading and TAKE ACTION!
Don't procrastinate, or you'll never get started. Your brain will become so heavy that you wont be able to lift your fat info-stuffed head off the ground. How will you ever reach your goal then?
Another part of 'Info Overload' that I have noticed is what I like to call getting caught in a rip. Just like at the beach, when you're surfing the net if you don't stay focused, you'll begin to drift out to sea.
Write a list of exactly what you need to get done each day, and if you find yourself going off on a 'youtube tangent', give yourself a slap in the chops and refer back to your list.
Imagine all the wasted hours us entrepreneurs would save if we could be more disciplined with our time. Just a thought!