One of my first jobs as a young person could have gone a bit smoother if I had not overthought every minor detail. There is nothing wrong with detail and wanting to get it right, but when it actually impedes the progress of the task and causes time management issues, its time to rethink your process.
Pause And Reflect-Acknowledge the mistake-stop the avoidance. Period. Take a moment to think about how you got there and how to avoid repetitive behavior in the area needing attention.
Keep Working On It-Usually it takes a while to get whatever it is that is causing you to error, changing into a positive, actionable routine. Possibly a repeat offender that you allow to take advantage of you, borrow from you, take something from you emotionally. Changing habits means changing hearts and mindsets. We are all affected by what we read, listen to and who we choose for association. Contemplate the steps you take when choosing friends, career paths and recreation, these may influence you more than you think.
Be Honest With Yourself-Do a self-examination. We all need one from time to time. Many ask themselves why they are not on a certain path, why they seem chase the wind without ever making any real advancement. Check yourself, digging deeper as you discover and tap into the source of pain, healing and development. In other words, learn from the past mistakes so you don't trip over your future.
Open your mind, distinguish the difference between information and knowledge beneficial to you, and never give up doing the right things for a better life.
How about that for emotional intelligence!
Until next time~