Stay out of your head

I saw this talk from Tony Robbins years ago and he said a line that stuck with me. He said

“Go in your head, you’re dead”

Boy is that true.

In your head is where all doubt, fear, anxiety, and obnoxious internal narrative lives.

In times like these, people have a tendency to go in their heads. But that won’t help you.

Being objective, being extroverted and staying out of your head and in your environment, focused on the future and what’s next, that’s where solutions, dreams, goals, challenges, and excitement live.

In a time like this, it’s more important than ever to stay out of your head.

Instead, think about what’s next. Where’s the solution? What can you do? How can you improve the circumstances?

I read a book called A More Beautiful Question by Warren Berger and it was all about how massively successful