Cutting Through Indecision & Overthinking : zen habits
Overthinking and getting lost in endless options reduces their effectiveness and intelligence by producing inaction.
The solution is to cut through the indecision and overthinking with action.
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Overthinking becomes an endless cycle of thinking through options, researching it, and through the research finding even more things to think about.
The uncertainty in this kind of thinking is what keeps us stuck in indecision.
We should always contemplate the pros and cons, take a step back from the action and get some perspective, see the big picture, consider the deeper Why of what we’re doing. But at some point, we have to say, “Enough!” And then take action.