Okay, so don’t take that too seriously, I’m not telling you to stop studying poker. Obviously that is an integral part of your long term success. However, the way you study may need to be altered a bit, to allow more focus and less distraction. Ask yourself, how many different poker sources do you get your information from? This includes, but is not limited to: Books, Courses, YouTube Channels, Websites, Forums, Study Groups, Articles, etc. The reality is, we have the exact opposite issue than what we had 20+ years ago, we have too much information. If you are starting to really dig in and try and improve your poker game in this day and age, you probably have experienced this. Information overload is a very real thing and can cause a ton of subsequent issues such as mental fatigue and over analyzing everything. For example, let’s say someone is trying to lose weight. This person has a goal, and wants to achieve it, but has no idea how. They’ve never worked out, gone on a diet or learned about nutrition. They start reading every article and book, enroll in a course, get a membership at a gym, and start watching 15 different YouTubers in the fitness niche. Quickly a problem arises where they simply don’t know where to start, or who to listen to. One person says workout for an hour every day, another person says that will hurt you, and you should only workout 3 days a week.