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."
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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.
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What we're trying to do is to get the story to a wider audience, to the general sporting and nonracing media, and we'll be getting our heads together again this week to think of a quirky way of promoting it.
There have been enough incidents in the last two or three years where we should be seriously getting our heads together and doing something about it.
Neil said: "We're really excited to be partnering with Sainsbury's and have already been getting our heads together to think of ways to raise money to help our charity to make a difference to people living in and around Huddersfield.
We're now getting our heads together for another DV D.
With Stoute not back from holiday until today, Warren would only say: "We are still getting our heads together and will let everybody know shortly.
We are all getting our heads together to put a firm strategy in place," revealed Ranson, who is meeting with Coleman, assistant manager Steve Kean, performance director John Murtough, fitness coach Mark Howard and chief scout Andy Thorn.
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