The Science of Analysis Paralysis & How To Stop Overthinking

1. Overthinking lowers your performance on mentally-demanding tasks

2. Overthinking kills your creativity

3. Overthinking eats up your willpower

4. Overthinking makes you less happy

Here Are 6 Simple Science-Backed Ways to Stop Over-Analyzing

1. Structure your day for the decisions that matter most.

2. Intentionally limit the amount of information you consume.

3. Set a deadline and hold yourself accountable.

4. Know your main objective.

5. Get out of your own head and talk it out with someone else.

6. Make your decision the right one.

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Drew provides coaching and mentorship for independent thinkers, entrepreneurs, and businses owners as a Personal Power Coach at Alphadog Success LLC.

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Drew provides coaching and mentorship for independent thinkers, entrepreneurs, and businses owners as a Personal Power Coach at Alphadog Success LLC.

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