Ever noticed how when you think you can’t do something and then you see yourself do it anyway?
Well, that’s because (just a thought) that your brain is capable of resolving only 15% of a task — however, it constantly blames itself for not being able to solve 100% of a task. And because it can produce thoughts — it hammers you with them internally and disrupts harmony.
Metaphor: It’s like a very capable accountant would storm between departments of a large corporation and scream at them all day, demanding that it gets full control of the company, knowing full well it can’t run it — but demands it anyway by threating the end of the world. (#dictator-syndrome)
Test-sheet: Using this analogy, where you leave the accountant (the head) in its department and allow it to contribute to tasks, such as:
1) A phone call you dread making
2) A task you (you guessed it) dread
3) Walking backward to the supermarket