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There is a level of productivity that is satisfying and brings joy to everyday work.
Once this is overdone, this perpetuates self-doubt and thoughts of self-insufficiency.
When you overprepare, whether it's a speech, a writing, a major presentation, or whatever that brings out fear, this means that you're not actually addressing it but using overpreparation to cover up that fear. It all boils down to self-esteem issue.
Fear dilutes the satisfaction of productivity and in this case, preparation.
Preparation starts in the mind and emotions. Going to a room full of strangers with a very difficult decision to make, prepare mentally and emotionally. Imagine what could potentially transpire and think of alternative ways to get to the bottom of the issue.
There is such a thing as overpreparation. I have overprepared one time and looking back at the videos, a little bit of spontaneity and spunk could bring more lightness to my presentation.
When you have done your best to prepare, relax and enjoy some thing else. Don't focus on it day and night.
The muscle will surely remember what to do when the time comes. The rest is just being yourself and showing no qualms about it.
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