get (one's) head together

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get (one's) head together

To organize one's thoughts, often with the aim of regaining one's calm. I really need to get my head together before I go into the board meeting. A: "Susie seemed really stressed this morning." B: "I think she's fine now—she went for a walk and got her head together."
See also: get, head, together

get one's head together

to get one's thoughts or attitude properly organized. I've got to get my head together and get going. I need to take some time off and get my head together.
See also: get, head, together
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If he gets his attitude right and gets his head together, he has a great chance to equal last year's achievement of reaching the last four.
If he gets his head together, he's got an engine and he's probably as talented as any horse in the race.
However, all that nonsense looks set to come to an end thisweek when Oliver finally gets his head together and realises he's fallen for his business partner.
Hoddle is convinced that if he gets his head together Gazza can become a great player again.
Leishman added: "The boy is having a hard time and it is more important that he gets his head together than to come back here and try to play in one football match.
Has scope for improvement with very few miles on the clock and not hard to see him running up a sequence before the season starts in earnest if he gets his head together