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Practical applications

Practical applications

Writing: Writers find a blank page terrifying. If you have been told to write something on a deadline, the mind often goes blank. It's better to write ideas down in a notebook as they come so you don't forget them.

Technical skills: When you learn a new sport or skill, you have to learn the technique. As you go through the motions, you'll get to a point when overthinking is detrimental.


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