Attention Age Paradoxes

It’s no big secret that I’ve been slaving away at The Attention Age Doctrine II. In order to do that – I often have to step back and reflect on what is currently happening in today’s world. 

One of the many observations I’ve made about the attention age is that it is full of paradoxes. Such as:

We Have…
    -More Information But Less Knowledge
    -More Activity But Less Accomplishment
    -More Achievement But Less Fulfillment

As you can see the paradox is “More but Less”; for instance, it seems logical that having more information would lead to more knowledge – but as we all know the opposite is often true.

I’ve been working on a chart that has all the paradoxes I’ve thought about. Here, take a look:

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(Don’t worry about “Attention Bankruptcy”, I’ll tell you about it in the Doctrine)

I’m really interested in the “More but Less” paradoxes you’re noticing.

What would you suggest I add to the chart?


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