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Have you ever been told to stop thinking so much and just get on with what you are supposed to do?

I imagine, we all have fallen into that trap and then found it difficult to get out of it. Check out these 15 tips and let me know in the comments below which one was the most helpful for you.

15 Tips

  1. Stop setting your day up for stress and overthinking
    Start your day on the right side of the bed. It sets the tone for the whole day.
  2. Put things into a wider perspective
    Learn to see the big picture and zoom out.
  3. Awareness is the beginning of change
    When you are not aware that something is going wrong, how can you make changes?
  4. Work with a timer
    I use my kitchen time to set my time frame for working in my garden.
  5. Be grateful
  6. Spend more of your time in the present moment
    Slow down you move to fast, you gotta let the moment last. ~Simon and Garfunkel lyrics
  7. Don’t think of what can go wrong, but what can go right
    Positivity attract more positive things into your life.
  8. Become a person of action
    What what’s the worst than can happen? Just doing get you out of troublesome situations.
  9. Realize that you cannot control everything
    Going with the flow, gets you faster to where you want to be.
  10. Stop waiting for perfection
    Being ambitious is great but aiming for perfection is unrealistic, impractical, and debilitating.
  11. Be patient
    Patience is a virtue that many of us find frustrating.
  12. Change your view of fear
    False Evidence Appearing Real or
    Face Everything And Rise
  13. Get enough sleep
    Learn why and read Arianna Huffington’s The Sleep Revolution book?
  14. Accept your best
    Your best is always good enough.
  15. Distract yourself into happiness
    Happiness is an inside job.


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