This week’s podcast episode is all about how to stop overreacting and overthinking before you end up doing something or saying something you know you’ll regret later.
To overreact is to lose control, and without control of our emotions, we tend to do really dumb things.
And if you combine that with overthinking, you’ll find yourself in a bottomless pit of despair with no answers on how to get yourself back on track.
Good news is, there is a way to stop an overreaction or stop overthinking even before it starts.
The solution is based on a very old concept called Parsimony or Occam’s Razor.
In the show I talk about what this concept is and how it can help you to be more in control of yourself, in any situation, especially right before your overreaction button gets pushed and you go chicken killer on yourself or others.
I also share a couple of quotes from the very wise Philosopher, Marcus Aurelius which will help you to better understand how to control all that energy inside of you next time it tries to erupt out of you and spin your life into a very regretful direction.
Lastly, I will go over a couple of simple techniques you can start to use today in order to have more control at any moment and in any situation.
Remember, be good to yourself and be good to others.
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