(GivenUs.com) – The big “what if” question can be a person’s worst enemy, and the issue is more common than you might think. Over-analyzing is a bad habit many of us have. And even if we know how much it holds us back, it’s a challenging habit to kick.
Luckily, Linda Raynier breaks down overthinking in this video, providing tips and tricks to help you overcome it.
Overthinking can come from many different places in our lives, whether it’s childhood trauma or simply an inability to trust in our own capabilities.
The good news is that in most cases, the world isn’t going to end if you make a mistake. Why spend your life in fear of those mistakes and regrets when you can take them as they come — and maybe even score some massive successes along the way?
Life is full of great opportunities. But it’s so easy to miss them when you waste too much time overanalyzing. Instead of being afraid of what hasn’t even happened yet, you can make the most of each day by living in the moment a little more.
Just imagine all that weight lifting off your shoulders.
~Here’s to Your Success!
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