Have you ever seen two pianists play the same music? It’s the very same score, the very same piano, but one seems to play it better than the other. Not just a little better, but a lot better. So what makes one person’s playing so different from the other? It’s inborn talent. That’s what most […]
How To Deal With Business Overwhelm—Psychotactics
As a small business owner, you are going to feel overwhelmed at some point in your business. You have so much to do. You have to keep up with ever-changing technology and at the same time, upgrade your skill. You are constantly running out of time and energy. The fear of failure sets in, and then you enter the downward overwhelm spiral.
Is there a way to deal with business overwhelm?
In this section, we look at the different elements of overwhelm and how doing simple tasks can help you beat the curse.
You will learn about:
- How to deal with business overwhelm
- How to beat fear when you're self-employed
- How your small business can overwhelm you (and how to get out of the trap)
- How to conquer your fear of starting a business (The Overwhelm Curse)
- How to get unstuck when you are paralysed with fear.
Look at the list of articles below, pick the one that gets your attention and start reading. I would recommend you start with—Three Ways To Deal With Overwhelm.
P.S. Don't forget to download your copy of the headline report.
In ten minutes (or less) you’ll learn how to systematically build a headline that works. You will find it at the end of every article.
P.P.S. Oh and before I go—If you haven't yet subscribed:
Here are the links to get all the Psychotactics articles, goodies and podcasts automatically.
iTunes | Android | E-mail | RSS | Spotify | Google Podcast |
There are two ways to eat a cake. You can eat it in small pieces. Or gobble the whole thing down. Most of us would like to gobble, whether it comes to cake or learning And like cake, learning needs to be tackled in small portions. Small portions not only help you learn, but help […]
Imagine you had thirty-three seconds to pick up a glass of water, take it across the room, and throw the water down the sink. Could you do it? Sure. And you wouldn’t need more than ten seconds to do the task, especially if the sink isn’t very far away. Now give that very same task […]
You know how people say: When I have time, I’m going to write a book. People make statements like that all the time. As if one magical block of time is going to show up one day. And so, they wait for this mystical moment. And as you’d expect, it never shows up. So they […]
If you go to any school, in any country, you’ll find one thing consistently That if you ask the kids in the class if they can draw, then almost 100% of the kids put their hands up. What’s also interesting is that all the kids in the class are equally good (or equally bad, as […]
My niece Keira was just two when I started teaching her the little Spanish I knew. And one of the words I taught her was ‘zapatos’ (pron: sah-pah-tohs). Of course, Keira has a mind of her own. I kept saying ‘zapatos’, and Keira kept insisting they were ‘shoes’. After a while I gave up, but […]
Ronald was a good friend of mine. And Anita was his girlfriend. Well, not any longer. She was now his ex-girlfriend. They’d split up. And I got asked for my feedback: “So, what did you think of her, anyway?” Well, I told him what I thought about her. Did you ever get the feeling of […]
That may seem to you, to be the silliest headline ever. Why would you need to learn how to make mistakes? You’re already a pro at making mistakes. You don’t need a how-to article to tell you how to make mistakes, right? But bear with me as we explore why mistake making is a science. […]
I noticed something very unusual when I went for my 7 km walk. I noticed that as I passed the liquor store, my brain would start to wander. And it wasn’t the liquor. It was just the point in my walk. You see I’d pass the liquor store at about 40 minutes into my walk. […]
We have the curse of knowledge. We all do. We know what we know, and we know it so well, that we assume that everyone else knows it just as we do. So for instance, I understand a concept like ‘uniqueness’ and it’s almost second nature for me, so it’s normal for me to assume […]