Learn a few concepts at a time, its no good reading everything at once and trying to impliment it into your game. Try to become competent at the basics, no good fancy playing at the micros for the most part, learn a solid basic game then branch out.
For example you could start of learning about positional play and hand strength in the positions, why should you raise a certain hand later and not earlier in a game or position etc. Once you have a good idea about that move on to a deeper concept- this is just an idea not saying to start of there.
Have a decent play to study ratio, reading about stuff is great but at some point you have to try it out.
Remember that people learn different ways, some people learn by reading, some by watching, some by doing, try out some different ways of learning, books, vids, audiobooks and see what one you are (most people fall into one of those ways of learning)
If I could do it again I would get more involved in forum strat and ask questions that may seem stupid, I did not do that and I am still stupid!