If you want to overcome "shiny object syndrome," you need to be aware of it, slow down, and focus on what's important. Make sure your goals are still motivating and serve a higher purpose.
00:00:00 Shiny object syndrome is a condition where people become obsessed with chasing after new opportunities, ideas, and trends. It can be a hindrance to one's success, as it can lead to low self-esteem and a lack of accomplishment. The first step to overcoming shiny object syndrome is recognizing it, and then slowing down and focusing on the important things. Finally, make sure your goals are still motivating and serve a higher purpose.
00:05:00 This video discusses how to overcome "shiny object syndrome." Shiny object syndrome is when you become distracted or discouraged by the lack of results from projects that are close to being finished. It takes time to see the returns that are hoped for, so focus on things that get you excited longterm. If you are constantly pushed in different directions as soon as something new and "shiny" appears, you will never make significant progress on the things that light you up. You can overcome shiny object syndrome by focusing on your goals and projects, and by being selective about what you say yes to.