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December 10 2018
Following yesterday’s notes on over-achievers overdoing things, here are 3 things to stop over-doing:
- Practice: If practice makes perfect, and perfect doesn’t exist, why overdo practice? Maybe it’s time to stop practicing (or researching) and take action.
- Risk-assessment: Over-doing this makes a case for the safer, neutral, conservative option. What if it’s time to make a difference?
- Worry: This is mental-training for worst-case scenarios. Might it be better to replace it with experience, where that training is all for naught?
Over-achievers like to go fast. Try slowing down around the 3 corners above and see how it affects your lap time.