By k | November 30, 2017 - 6:00 am - Posted in New Business Development

A loved one
worries about everything.
She always has something
she’s concerned about.

We joke and call worrying
‘her job’
because that’s the truth.
A good portion of her day
and her brain power
is spent worrying.

That’s time she could spend
either preventing the thing
she’s worrying about
from happening
or doing something else
that’s constructive.

Seth Godin
shares

“Worry is useful
when it changes our behavior
in productive ways.

The rest of the time,
it’s a negative form of distraction,
an entertainment designed
to keep us from doing our work
and living our lives.”

If worry doesn’t lead
to action,
it is preventing action.
Ignore it.

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