Often, detail-oriented people can “talk themselves out” of new opportunities or new projects that could benefit them.
It is too easy to develop the “paralysis of analysis” by over-analyzing things, especially in the early stages of a project or a new opportunity.
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It is your ability to know when to “zoom in” (look at the details) and when to “zoom out” (take a more macro view) that will determine how fast you move forward.
Keep macro things macro and micro things micro!