8 Traits Of A Highly Analytical Mind

Dwell deep inside the symptoms and solutions

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It’s a tough and challenging journey, because we’re often the misunderstood. We have this need to ruminate, any thought, at any given stake… because… we just can’t help it. In fact, there’s a correlation between intoversion and overthinking. Being introverted means that we generally get our energy from being alone and insilent environments. Thus, productivity equate to being free from external distractions. On the other hand, being an overthinker emphasizes the convolution there is with introversion. It’s looking at your mind as an outrageous entity that constantly knocks on your door, at any given time, and invites you for another round of discussion.

Our thought processing means that we have to entertain the flow of incessant ideas that we sometimes don’t know how to manage — unless we translate them onto writing and deal with them. We think that it’s a big frog to catch, and the only way to get it is to eat it.

But this isn’t always the case.

Dealing with overthinking ironically requires mental strength and conscious effort in order to overcome its behavioral impediments. After all…

Thoughts affect our mind. Mind affects our behavior. Behavior affects our actions. Actions affect our attitude. Attitude affects our life.

Overthinking is rooted in many complex self-defining moments, which subsequently layers self-defeating mechanisms.

Fortunately, defeating overthinking is possible.

Let’s “analyze” the traits of a highly analytical mind and ways on how to cope:

1. Being a perfectionist

2. Over analyzing everything

3. Dwelling on the negatives a.k.a. pessimism

4. Articulating one’s self

5. Theorizing that your mind is greater than yourself

6. Satisyfing and justifying one’s thoughts

7. Incessantly scrutinizing and organizing thoughts

8. Having an idealistic mindset

Business + Productivity, Life + Spirituality, Data + Tech, Fitness. Ex Journalist + Managing Editor of my college’s press. joshdoman.com

Business + Productivity, Life + Spirituality, Data + Tech, Fitness. Ex Journalist + Managing Editor of my college’s press. joshdoman.com