Be in focus.
When we are focused, we usually don’t seek MORE information; we look for BETTER information that lead us to a BETTER decision.
When we are NOT focused, we tend to set our sights on a large target and gather MORE information. But that doesn’t always help us find what matters; most of the time, it only leads us to blurred thinking.
In this information technology era, we’ve got to focus on what matters to us first. If we focused, it wouldn’t be so difficult to find the information we really need. But if we only exposed ourselves to limitless information, our time and mental capacity (which is limited) would merely be consumed by them.