Fri, 1 June 2018
Many writers I know struggle with analysis paralysis and over-thinking.
I see it at all levels of experience and with all types of decisions.
It often causes a great deal of stress and anxiety, which leads to poor performance and results ... which reinforces the need for overanalyzing things.
And so the cycle goes.
If you struggle with analysis paralysis, this podcast episode will help.
My guest is Shelley Row, a speaker and consultant who works with leaders who must make fast, insightful decisions in the face of uncertainty and rapid change.
Shelley is an engineer and a recovering over-thinker herself. And her work is based on neuroscience research and detailed interviews with dozens of executives who struggle with this issue.