Tuesday, July 20, 2010

You know you're on the wrong track if you're thinking too much.

16 comments:

  1. Somebody derail me please!

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  2. We're having the same train of thought today.

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  3. i am not sure if i agree/or understand thorough on this. how about if "thinking" itself is a enjoyable thing to do?

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  4. LOL! I don't think enough! EVER! j/k I think?

    Love to read your daily aphorism's sir, just don't always comment on them.

    I think (oops)- I'm thinking! Hehehe. I'm not sure anyone can think too much, it's when they don't think enough. If I don't think and plan my day, I'm lost in the shuffle! I forget things too easy these days, so I make lists, lots of lists! Of course, that does not mean however, that I follow them! :o)

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  5. I get caught up in overthinking, overanalyzing ALL the time.
    I try to remember how the water flows on a river....

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  6. the thinking part is fine, its just the channelling it in the right direction I struggle with at times!

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  7. This is a very logical quote. I definitely agree because if we think too much, that means we’re in doubt if we are really in the right path.

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  8. Thinking is always a good thing when one has a point of reference. We must ask ourselves the good questions in order to think clearly. The work path is a great concept to consider. I always love your work. Great Job...

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  9. Marty, I tend to over analyse everything but I'm trying to change to be more like a certain girl in my life and go with the flow.

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  10. For me the crux is figuring out just how much is too, insofar as it's presupposed that too much is over the limit for whomever is doing the thinking.

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  11. That's an excellent little diagnostic tool n.p., thank you. Getting caught up in an over-heated engine of thought loops is a red flag that I'm on the wrong track. In hindsight, I can see times in my life when I've spent hours agonizing over decisions and got lost in endless thickets of thought, I was on the wrong track.

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  12. I guess I can't avoid it. I do think too much!!! =/

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  13. I think you can get into trouble by taking either to the extreme: thinking NOT enough and thinking TOO much! :)

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  14. Hello Marty, must remember the one that speaks about the Circus in Town...Great thoughts...Zuzanna

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