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When you can’t think of what to do, stop thinking.

Start doing.

You will put yourself in motion, which will result in displacement. From this new spot you will have a new vantage point.

Then, you can think again, with a new perspective.

And when you get stuck, go back to doing.

Doing and thinking are mutually exclusive. If you’re doing, you can’t be thinking. If you’re thinking, you can’t be doing. It’s one or the other.

When you think too much, your body will know it’s time to get moving. When you do too much, you’ll need to step back and think.

There is a happy balance.

Without thinking, doing is ineffective.

Without doing, thinking is unproductive.

Go ahead.