The Louvre is the most visited museum in the world. It houses more than 600,000 objects. But, even though it’s the largest museum globally, it displays just 5% of its collection.
The curators understand how easy it is to overload their visitors. So they carefully select which items to showcase.
Similarly, we need to think like a museum curator in a world overloaded with data. When we pitch an idea or answer a question, we must carefully select which details to share and which to omit.
How do you make sure you’re not overloading people with information?
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