Erik Fisher and Tonya Dalton discuss how to move past overwhelm.
In this particular discussion, there is somewhat less attention given to the theme of “missing out” by not having certain things on our plates in the first place in order to focus on what we find more important.
This is acknowledged but Dalton develops it less here than she has elsewhere.
Instead, most of the episode focuses on how to start because Dalton identifies “not knowing where to start” as the core of overwhelm. So, it may be helpful particularly in this respect.
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