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AvatarTomas Zobal
PSTEC User

Thank you, guys!

It's important and very helpful to hear your opinions. I tend to be very linear in my thinking. I want to know all the steps before I engage in something, how they'll play out, how long they will take, when the problem will be solved, what's the likelihood of solving it, etc.

As I mentioned earlier, perfectionism is something I have been dealing with my whole life and a lot of times it prevented me from exploring things. I need to keep it light and enjoy the process. As Paul pointed out, a sense of stress and urgency won't help at all.

One factor that's against me is time. I don't have a lot of it. I leave for work very early in the morning and don't get back home until the evening. What happened to me in the past few months was that I'd actually fall asleep listening to WoA and I could feel I was dozing off (not concentrating as much) during CTs. That was one of the reasons I started the other thread where I was hoping people would share their PSTEC routines so I could see how people deal with busy schedules. From the interviews I have listened to, it seemed like a lot of times initially people spend 2-3 months very focused on PSTEC work, sometimes hours a day. Perhaps that's a good way, to really saturate your conscious and subconscious mind at first. Unfortunately, I just don't have that much free time at this point.