Think like the Louvre's CEO
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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