I've never written about this before. You'll soon know why (it can be confusing).
Over the past decade, my work led me into a software development approach (possibly familiar to a bunch of you) called Agile. And in the past couple of years, my interest in the topics of stress, anxiety, and overthinking led me to cognitive behavorial therapy.
The connection between Agile and cognitive behavorial therapy is what I want to describe for you all. But first, a couple definitions. Let's start with Agile methodology. When you google it, this illustration comes up (from agilenutshell.com):