Any project I delve into is usually impeded by the thought "could I be spending my time on something better". So much so that I find myself thinking about what I could be doing instead, more than actually doing something. It's by definition insanity. Trying something over and over again expecting different results. I'll relentlessly repeat this cycle expecting that I'll find something of seemingly utmost importance that I can settle my mind on. It's not even a distraction caused by the endless factors and infinite regression of illogically unsound theories, more just a paranoia that I'm being ignorant in some way by not seeking what is of utmost significance. Occasionally this endless cycle will be sedated by somewhat of a defense mechanism, apathy and the indulgence of mundane things. How does one typically combat something of this nature? Is this typical of INTP?