Thursday, April 26, 2007

Dont Think Too Much!!!

For those of you who think and analyze everything to the very last detail, mull over this for a moment, isn't this habit of yours is more of a hindrance than a help?? How many instances have there been when all that thinking and evaluation really amounted to little or nothing in the end, and the solution was a six letter word, viz.......................ACTION!!!!
I certainly will testify to that, I've found instinct and good 'ol hardwork to be much better alllies than all the calculated planning that many of us employ. I dunno, there seems to be some inherent built-in mechanism within us, which, if allowed to go to work, always, without flaw and without delay, finds the best ways and means to overcome that which is holding and hindering us. Besides that, its fun and there ain't much stress via this route either. So what if you make a mistake??!! Simply learn from it and move on.
Too many of us spend too much time worrying about every problem that'll come our way and work ourselves to death trying to get past 'em. We spend nights without slumber, mulling over our peers, friends or parents' reaction. End result, your folks don't give a rip about it, and you've got yourself some very ugly dark circles. Worth it?? Certainly not. Next time, screw the critics, go ahead and do your thing anyways.
And most of these "problems" exist only in our mind, but we spent so much time with them that by the time opportunity does come knocking, we are too depleted to open the door. Try this instead, work your way through the maze without any surmise and estimate of what is to come, and when your way is thwarted, relax, stay level-headed, don't let your fears get the better of you, and allow the your mind to work through each problem ONE AT A TIME, ie. go to the next hurdle only after you've jumped over the one in front of ya. Thats how an athlete goes about winning a race i think. Try usin this analogy the next time you knot yourself up with problems. Peace.....

3 comments:

msr said...

it's thinking that always helps and not mulling-a wide gap. overcoming fears aint dat easy...a thought.

Bhargav Rajkhowa said...

thinkin helps, but u only if u act on your thoughts....overcoming fears aint that easy...true...but with perseverance and persistence, certainly possible...i know from personal experience...

Bhargav Rajkhowa said...

"it's thinking that always helps"...tht depends....if your thoughts are ones of failure and mediocrity...how do they help??