A problem and a solution

Overthinking happens when you overanalyse or overthink a problem to a point where it seems impossible to move forward or find a solution. You can’t make a decision, nor take action… You are stuck, in an endless cycle of rumination.

Instead of problem-solving, you dwell on an issue without finding a rational solution. It becomes an endless cycle of negativity that constantly plays on your mind.

It has been called Paralysis by Analysis, and it is overwhelmingly negative! 

Overthinking is an unhealthy habit that typically causes more stress by focusing on the negative, dwelling on the past and worrying about the future.
Left to do its thing, overthinking will begin to affect your life in ways that hold you back and limit your opportunities.

But, it doesn't have to be like that. This class shows you how to break the cycle and train your mind so that you are in control of your thinking. Guaranteed!


Obsessive and the problems it creates.
How to interrupt the negative overthinking cycle.
6 techniques to help take control or your thoughts.
Practical exercises to reinforce the learning.
14 concise video lessons.
Bonus resources and reading list.

Learning outcomes

Understand how overthinking can hold you back.
Gain new ways of thinking that put you in control.
Simple steps to boost confidence and mental wellbeing.
Practical techniques to break the overthinking habit.

What begins out as a perfectly reasonable process of assessment, turns into worrying about over on all the things you can't control, and how bad you feel.

Self-reflection, on the other hand, is a healthy and deliberate process of understanding. It leads to self-awareness, insight, and new perspectives.

Break the overthinking habit – train your mind to behave

We all worry, but overthinking takes it to another level. This class will help you break the overthinking habit and train your mind to behave the way you want it to. Take control of your thinking, make clearer decisions faster, and set yourself free.

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