I struggle with this.
For example, if I have some assignment, a problem, like "how does soemthing work", and if i figure out I COULD figure it out if I invest few minutes in it, (so relatively simple logical problem -ex. i have an article how does kindey's effect blood presure) I will be content to just know I COULD figure it out, so I will leave it just out there (knowing that the answer is "out there", but really knowing only few % of that field.
It creates problems because it's often so in the end I tend to end up not knowing many things I should know, and "touching" everything superficially and nothing deep enough to know it.
So, if i see an answer out there.. i dont go for it, i know if i ever need it it'll be there..and I change focus on something else.
Also other example would be when I write 4 hours test from math. It was more creative with not many problems (Just 4), so I tend to pick from each hour around 5-10 minutes when I decide to think, and other time I just perceive and delay my thinking.
It can turn out okay but the proportion in which thinking is problematic to me is disturbing. (by thinking i dont think jungian T, neccessary.) And it's already affected my results because as I said in the end I tend to NOT know many stuff I'm convinced I know (because i figure out i could know them so i assume i know them before investing enough thought and time in them)...
Anyone else struggle with this?
The thing I noticed is that I cant change it willingly. I would be making myself miserable, forcing myself... I am searching more spontaneous solution for this.