Something to think about …. “Stop Telling Me to Cheer Up …. not in the mood …. “!!


~~December 19, 2016~~ 


“There was no more meaningless phrase in all of language than “Cheer up!”

The only way to get someone to cheer up was to help them forget, and saying “cheer up” had quite the opposite effect, only reminding the person why he or she was depressed in the first place.”

~Kōji Suzuki, Spiral~



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IOTD …. Image of the day, #545 …. “On and on and on …. INFINITY …. “!!


~~August 12, 2016~~


“If the doors of perception were cleansed every thing would appear to man as it is, Infinite.

For man has closed himself up, till he sees all things thro’ narrow chinks of his cavern.”

William Blake, The Marriage of Heaven and Hell



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Something to think about …. overthinking!!

~~July 11, 2014~~ 

Analysis paralysis or paralysis of analysis is an anti-pattern, the state of over-analyzing (or over-thinking) a situation so that a decision or action is never taken, in effect paralyzing the outcome. A decision can be treated as over-complicated, with too many detailed options, so that a choice is never made, rather than try something and change if a major problem arises. A person might be seeking the optimal or “perfect” solution upfront, and fear making any decision which could lead to erroneous results, when on the way to a better solution.

The phrase describes a situation where the opportunity cost of decision analysis exceeds the benefits that could be gained by enacting some decision, or an informal or non-deterministic situation where the sheer quantity of analysis overwhelms the decision-making process itself, thus preventing a decision.

The phrase applies to any situation where analysis may be applied to help make a decision and may be a dysfunctional element of organizational behavior. This is often phrased as paralysis by analysis, in contrast to extinct by instinct (making a fatal decision based on hasty judgment or a gut-reaction).

~Here are four lessons on how to detox your mind from overthinking~

Stop consuming the news

Reduce stimulants (coffee, soda, etc.)

Soak the mind with positive juices

Get up and get to work on a goal, a project or a specific task

A negative result of overthinking is that it slows us down, inhibiting our growth, limiting our ability to have love, good relationships, fun in the moment and the pursuit of success in a business or a career.

Putting action into motion when our mind starts to wander into a place has done great things to help me redirect that often wasted energy into something useful — pursuit of my life goals or simply to have a good time in the moment. The reason action is a great way to detox from overthinking is that it forces our mind to concentrate on the things that our physical body is working on and has no choice but to assist the physical effort.

Every time you start overthinking and get into a spiral try this: change your physical position — sit up, change posture — and do something physical.




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