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The topic is a sincere effort to pen down the feeling as an introvert and amateur writer who falls short of words when speaking. It becomes slightly difficult to write down the feelings as there is continuous current passing by brain cells, thoughts and emotions changing the goal post and get engulfed into. There are emotions attached and over the period I have realised that the best is to pass on the energy on paper by writing.
A conscious effort has been put in place to give a shape to try and structure the learnings over the period, which time and again takes us back to the journey of overthinking. The credit for articulating the topic and presenting is it more dressed manner goes to my mentor, Priyanka Behl.
The process of doing research on topic is mainly on the self journey of how I have been through overthinking while addressing questions like what next, why this, where do we go next, what will happen and so many. Contribution and guidance from my mentor was a key.
The book covers key nine steps to stop overthinking which can be practically adopted to give shape to our thinking with clear vision to our short, medium or long term goal.