How to: Centralize Information - everything in one place

It is not enough to centralize information only when tragedy strikes!
30 Dec 2019
by Alexandru Lache

Why centralize information?
After we mastered stone, the stone age ended.
After we mastered bronze, the bronze age ended.
After we mastered iron, the iron age ended.

We are yet to master the power of information.
We use information in every decision we make. Now, the information age is still upon us.
It's everywhere. We are swimming in information for so long, that we forgot the power it has over us.
The way we see the world is shaped by information provided via technology, more and more.

Why centralize information?

Want to avoid failing:
- At making money?
- At a job interview?
- At an important test?
- At living your dreams?
How does it feel when you know you had them within reach? You sensed them.
It is time to stop doubting yourself, to step ahead with pride and conviction, to firmly believe in yourself once again!
There has never been a better time for information to create a vision that is clear, united, decisive and strong.
Time and Ages

How to centralize information?

You can centralize your information needs, only if you work hard and if you can dream. There is no other way around it. No one else can put in the effort for your dream. It is your dream!
Let's find out more about "Structure vs. Content".

Content
Information is usually provided to us in the form of content: an article, a web page like this one, a document, a video, a picture and many, many others.

Structure
The information structure is conceptually above the content. Information structure is represented through many layers.
Layers can be exemplified by format, subjective interpretation, categories, fields, source, priorities, destination, usage, status, connection, etc. (The list is evolving along with the times we live and with us.)
Our minds find it much easier to work with structured information, because our mind is also structured.
Our understanding is better and clearer with every layer we define.

Let's see how the A, B and C categories below look compared to a simple enumeration.

Unstructured:
Layers help to make information: ready to be put to use, establish statuses, categories, etc., make it easier to understand, memorable, faster to find, sort the information.

Structured:
Layers help to make information:
A) Useful:
- ready to be put to use
- establish statuses, categories, etc.
B) Stand out in our mind:
- make it easier to understand
- memorable
C) Accessible:
- faster to find
- sort the information

Conclusion

Practice creating and altering the structure and get more out of the same content.
The more we dedicate to centralizing information, the more we get out of it!

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Zaprefy will change the way you look at information forever!
Step ahead with Zaprefy! From this, you can only gain!