“In moments of high stress, anxiety, or fluster, instead of hoping, wondering, or worrying, remember your double-secret resources of skipping, twirling, and humming.
Port out, starboard home –
Will worrying about things help you find a plausible solution to the existing problem? Worrying just make things worst and hinders on your creativity. You need to just stand back, look at the problem, analyze its core, determine the best plan of action and then act on it.
There is always a solution. It might take more time for some, as the problem might be more challenging, but at the end, you will find the best probable solution for that specific problem. It is important to change your approach on how you deal with issues or adversities, and if something doesn’t work, then change it. Never stay stuck with the same approach knowing it will not work or will render the same results over and over again.
We are human beings, we adapt to things and this is what we’ve been doing for million of years. Why can’t you now? Are your problems THAT difficult to resolve that you feel the weight of the world on top of you? Just look into reframing every difficult problems you have and extract only the positive. By training your mind to do so, you will look at challenges objectively and will come up with better solutions.