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Your Brain Is A Processor, Not A Storage Device

In general we are used to a trend called ‘Over-thinking ‘. We over think at important situations because we lack clarity on the one thing we must focus on. There is too much information on the brain to process. The best way to make anything happen is to write them off and think about it only when needed. In other words, your journal or a blank paper has the ability to act as your second brain. It helps you prioritise what’s necessary at the moment and ensures that the other things you want to be on your to-do list is on record for a different schedule.


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