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These are some of the common ways we habitually deal with the uncertainty of a decision. But none of them solve the problem for us:
... that that will lead to greater decisiveness:
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You should try and figure out why you are procrastinating, as it can be a symptom of something broken in your life.
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Single-tasking is better than multi-tasking, as focusing completely on one thing at any given time is optimal. Even better is to move into silence and nothingness by doing zero-tasking. The more we zero-task (another name for mindfulness or meditation), the more we progress into creativity and excellence.
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When you overanalyze a situation, the repetitive thoughts, anxiety, and self-doubt decrease the amount of working memory you have available to complete challenging tasks, causing your productivity to plummet.