“What happens when someone worries?
Basically, they think of 100 reasons why something might go wrong. And all of those thoughts then struggle to become things, sometimes overriding their more constructive thoughts.
Ain’t pretty. But that’s the power of worry.
Now, let’s say you want something fantastic to manifest in your life.
Hypothetically, let’s say you want a independence, wealth, health and happiness. (I know you.)
Have you sat down yet and listed 100 reasons why it might come to you easily, fast, and harmoniously?
I think you should.
If you can’t remember the good things coming out from your thoughts, maybe you should be writing them down. Like in school, you memorize things better when you write them down. So why not keep up with that good old habit? Anything you want in life is really at your fingertips (like writing). So if you know that it does work for everything else, why don’t you make it a habit to do it for things that you really want?
We all want things in life but sometimes forget to take action. Even if we are willing to take action, you tend to forget what needs to be done. So when you forget, you just do not accomplish anything at all. So when you add the worrying part in your thought process, you tend to focus on the reasons as to why you shouldn’t do the things that are needed to be done. What is the end result? Stagnation and frustration. Yes, the motivation might be there but the willingness is based solely in the recollection of actions that are required to accomplish your goals and dreams.
Solution? Well, eliminate the worrying part of the equation. Once you tell yourself that you can do everything instead of giving yourself reasons as to why it’s impossible, you will be on your way to realizing how things are not that complicated and doable. You will then focus more on the next step to take to get closer to reaching your dreams. If everyone else can do it, why not you?