More items on the to-do list.
More types of workouts.
More diets and nutrition hacks.
But the reality is that things don't work that way.
The law of diminishing returns kicks in and our appetite for opportunity gets the best of our ability to accomplish.
But the good things about this is that the whole 'overdoing it' thing is self-imposed.
I look back to when I was in my college days and early 20's & tried every diet and workout approach under the sun....simultaneously.
Individually, many of them were potentially good ways to improve my fitness...but with each of them getting 20% of my efforts, none could reach their potential.
See, having the right strategy is more about what you say no to than it's about what you say yes to.
There are a number of things that you could do that would likely move you toward your goals...but the only thing that matters is what you actually do and do well.
That's why I both practice and teach the approach of having roughly 3 key things that you want to accomplish each week and 3 primary action items you want to tackle each day.
Sure, you can do more...but after you've allocated the necessary time and energy to accomplish those.
What's so great about this approach is that you're identifying what it takes to 'Win' each week and 'Win' each day...so you've got a simple way to enjoy accountability, gain a sense of accomplishment and move forward in a significant way each and every week...and avoid overwhelm in the process.
So, if you're overdoing it...stop. Do fewer things better and improve your results.