Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.
Whatever is going to happen will happen whether you worry about it or not. Of course there are steps you can take to prepare and hopefully make your future brighter, but sitting around and worrying about what might go wrong without taking any action is a huge waste of time.
Worry takes a great toll on your mind and body, and in the end, you’re actually probably worse for it. Fear of the unknown can be difficult to overcome, but the future is coming no matter what, so you can dread it, or you can enjoy the present and just try and be ready for what’s next.
You can try and push worry aside by being as prepared as possible, and exercising to work off your nervous energy. It also helps to keep busy. Worry often strikes the hardest when you’re in bed and trying to sleep. Try reading before bed to relax, or talk about your concerns with someone you trust.
Anything that will help take your mind off of worry will help you to enjoy your life more. Worry is a wasted emotion, in that it doesn’t serve much purpose, other than to keep you up at night, and give you migraines. So don’t worry, be happy.
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