Merely do your job.

It’s easy to get caught up in overthinking.

Where is this headed? Who am I? Am I doing the right thing? Will I pay rent this month? Will I ever become anyone special?

But here’s the catch: overthinking never got people anywhere — only doing did. And these things can’t co-exist. People who think more than do suffocate their own purpose.

So don’t think — do. Merely do the work.

Allow yourself the tranquility of focusing on what’s right in front of you — your immediate work.

“Do your job,” as football coaches say.

Don’t get stuck in concrete by overthinking. Your most important step is the next one.