The mind is an open blank space. It wanders. Speculates. Analyzes. Creates. Absorbs.
Thoughts come and go.
Sometimes it stores what is needed. But for the most part, it discards. It forgets things that don’t matter yet.
If you aim to be efficient at anything, you can’t just absorb everything that comes your way.
Instead, focus only on absorbing the necessary.
And be ruthless about the things that don’t truly matter to you right now.
You have to be uncompromising. Block all the noise.
You don’t have to know what others are doing. You don’t have to know what’s latest.
A mind operating in multiple threads is inefficient. It leads to procrastination and overthinking.
Procrastination + Overthinking = Suffering