By Bill Reeb
As I have said before, overachievers tend to
- be overly optimistic about how efficiently they can accomplish any particular activity or
- take care of themselves only after everyone else on their list has been satisfied.
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Therefore, while overachievers accomplish great things, they often find themselves stuck because they are suffering from a disconnect between their commitments and available resources.
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