happiness, personal effectiveness, resilience
One of my many talents is being able to project negatively into the future and predict calamity and doom. Although it is something, I am good at, it is not good for my wellbeing and resilience. And oftent I find myself worrying about something that will never happen. I am aware that people say ‘plan for the worst and hope for the best’, however I think we can struggle with the later.
The trouble is worrying is a complete waste of time and energy because we worry about something that may never happen and then if it does, we worry again. We could half the time spent worrying by just waiting to see if we actually need to. When you get right down to it, it is inefficient and we could use the time more wisely.
So I have decided…
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