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Overload generally means something is carrying or being subjected to more than it’s capacity to handle. 

A lot of my friends are experiencing mental overload right now which leds to overwhelm and when you get into that state it can feel like, you are spinning your wheels constantly, some people get really mentally exhausted because they are in a heightened state of over thinking everything, and yet doing nothing. And a lot of people describe mental overload as being extremely busy and yet getting nothing done. So the amount of thoughts and the repetitive nature of your thoughts, make you believe that you are SO busy that you literally get nothing else done because it’s very difficult to concentrate on a task when you are experiencing overload. Overload whether it’s created by others or yourself leads to overwhelm and overwhelm leads to getting nothing done and sometimes even get result in feeling really down & depressed. A lot of people I'm speaking to lately, feel this way, they are feeling some days, really free and other days SO overloaded that they can’t seem to get anything done.

If this is how you are feeling right now, let’s break it down. I’m here to help you through it and past it, because this is going to come around again many times in life and this set of steps that you learn about today will help you forever not matter what causes the overload or overwhelm. That’s what so great about learning how your brain works, cause you are stuck with that brain for the rest of your life you might as well, learn how to use it really well.

Circumstances come and go, people even come and go either unfortunately or fortunately depending on the person but you have your one and only brain forever. So let’s learn about it, how it processes and how to become and active participant in it’s processing.

Here are the 5 steps...listen the podcast to get all the details. Step 1. Unload Step 2. Tasks Step 3. Categorize Step 4. Quantify Step 5. Plan to Act

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