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May 7, 2021

Overthinking isn’t a personality trait. It’s a fear that steals time and creativity.

When New York Times bestselling author Jon Acuff changed his life by transforming his overthinking, he wondered if other people might benefit from what he discovered. He commissioned a research study to ask 10,000 people if they struggle with overthinking too, and 99.5 percent said, "Yes!"

(And that was before 2020, a year where everyone in the world had plenty to overthink.) In his highly-anticipated new book, Soundtracks: The Surprising Solution To Overthinking, Jon shares how to tweak the soundtracks in your head to make overthinking propel you forward.

Jon joins the Calibrate Real Estate Podcast this week to share how he turned overthinking from a super problem to a superpower.


About Jon:

Jon Acuff is the New York Times bestselling author of seven books, including his newest release, Soundtracks: The Surprising Solution to Overthinking. He’s an INC Magazine Top 100 Leadership speaker and has spoken to hundreds of thousands of people at conferences and companies around the world including: FedEx, Nissan, Microsoft, Lockheed Martin, Chick-fil-A, Nokia, and Comedy Central.

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Hosted by Kyle Malnati

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