Overthought is a compelling examination of the lives of classical singers Isaiah Bell and Chris Mayell, discussing performance psychology, creativity, entrepreneurship, life balance, self-doubt and the ways we overcome challenges to attain artistic triumph.
In the most extreme occurrence of invasive OUTBREED (Overthought Unrelated Tangent Based on Recent Experience, Event, or Discovery) ever recorded, Chris and Isaiah set out to discuss one topic and end up spending the entire hour on a very different one.
While Chris contemplates wading into a new market (NEW! YORK! CITY!), Isaiah confronts old anxieties in the audition room. What would happen if every bad thing we're secretly afraid of actually came true? Are risks and investments wasted if we can't show our best selves when it matters most? How can we convince that tender little turtle of creative individuality to stick out his head in a hostile environment?
Startling Admissions! Shocking Techniques! Real World Tales In Gritty, Unflinching Detail! Begin befriending your own inner child today, with the help of our combined sixty-four (64!) years of life experience....
YouTube - Katamari Damacy - Full HD gameplay on PCSX2 In this game, a rolling ball collects increasingly heavy objects. This reminds Chris of the way in which, over the years, his fear of New York City has increased at an alarming rate. It all started with little thoughts, and with Phoebe talking about a bum spitting in her mouth.
YouTube - David Wilcox performs "Start with the ending" at WDVX Compelling song in which singer-songwriter David Wilcox argues that if you start with the ending, you'll be much better off. He uses the example of a relationship: when you break up, you say everything, because there's no fear. But what if you said all of that right at the beginning and got it out of the way?