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HOW TO STOP
WORRYING





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Free Mini Training

HOW TO 
STOP WORRYING

Are you a healthy 
or unhealthy worrier?

In this mini training I am going to teach you how to Control 
Your worrying and put concern and doubt on the backburner. 
In this mini training I am going to teach you how to Control 
Your worrying and put concern and doubt on the backburner. 

First, let’s define what worrying really is. Worrying is when we place all our focus on potential threats in our lives. 
Worry is a part of who are, and is vital part of our survival and helping us cope when we are facing challenges. 
Worry is an emotion caused by a thought we have about our past or about our future. 

It's really important that you understand that worrying about our past does absolutely nothing to change the past.  
And worrying about our future is absolutely not necessary to take whatever kind of action we want to take in our future. 
Worry and fear are responsible for more unanswered dreams than anything I've ever encountered with my clients.

When you think about the worst case scenario and always worried about that worst case scenario, you’ll never take action. 
 If you don’t take action, you’ll never be able to fail enough, to succeed enough to achieve any dream in your life.

We all experience worry. You know what it feels like: that nagging feeling that something is wrong and the persistent 
anxiety that it causes. But the question is, why do we worry? Simple put, we worry about something because
 we perceive it as a threat to our existence and worry causes us to focus on it and protect ourselves from that threat. 

Worry was developed after millions of years of evolution, with the fight, flight, freeze or faint responses.
 
Back in the prehistoric days, there probably weren’t a lot of carefree cave people. They were always worrying if an animal or other hostile tribes were going to kill them. The only way to survive these threats was to worry about or focus on the potential threats. Our ancestors passed down their genes onto future generations. The worry genes are what have kept us alive, as human beings, since the dawn of time.
  
So, worrying does have a place in your mind, when there are real situations that may cause you harm, however, most people don’t have to worry about opposing tribes or wild animals killing them, any more, right?  

Worrying and fear go hand in hand. We talked about fear in our last training, and how 95% of fear is in your head, meaning it’s not real and it’s purely psychological. We make up what we think could happen or might happen in a situation. This foreshadowing is unproductive, because worrying can cause you to obsess so much on these low probability occurrences that they interfere with you enjoying your life.

Unhealthy Worry—is a complex emotion that isn’t easy to wrap your arms around. It involves negative and obsessive thinking, doubt, physical anxiety, and fear. 

This type of worry is actually a symptom of other problems that becomes a problem in itself.

Unhealthy worry comes from the emotional baggage you acquired as a child and a deep, often unconscious belief that you won’t be able to protect yourself. Often this is transferred into adulthood

Insecurity (“I live in a threatening world.”)
Perfectionism (“If I make mistakes, I will be a failure.”)
Need for control (“If I lose control, I am in danger.”)
Social comparison (“People will think I’m a loser.”)
Pessimism (“The world is filled with dangers.”)
Low tolerance for stress (“How can I protect myself if I’m all stressed out?”)
The first thing you need to do is realize if your worrying is healthy or unhealthy. *adaptive or maladaptive.

Here are some questions to ask yourself. Grab a pen and a piece of paper and write these down:

Are you more anxious than you are relaxed?

Are you more unhappy than you are happy?

Are you unwilling to take reasonable risks?

Do you worry about things that are not real threats? 

Do your worries interfere with your normal daily living?

Do you have difficulty enjoying yourself because you worry so much?

If you answered “NO” to the questions above, you are most likely a healthy worrier
.
If you answered “YES” then you are most likely an unhealthy worrier and we will talk 
about how to relieve yourself from these unnecessary burdens

I worked on a behavioral health unit for many years and saw a lot of people come and go with unhealthy obsessions about worrying. I want to be clear that I’m helping you understand what kind of worrier you are and I am not offering up medical advice to you during this training series.

You need to figure out what you are worrying about and what’s causing this feeling. 

Once you figure this out, you are putting yourself in a position to find a solution to 
your cause of the worrying and this “cause” will become less worrisome.

For example: If you are worried about deadlines at work, you can prepare in advance to complete your work ahead of schedule, to avoid worrying.  Make sure you realize that everyone worries and you are not alone in your way of thinking. It’s just a normal part of life. 

Distract yourself from 
your worry.   

If you are waiting to see if you got the job your applied for, there’s really nothing you can do but wait. So, while you are waiting, take action and do something that will distract your mind from the worry.   
For example: go see a movie, read a book, take a walk and focus on other activities, 
so you’ll worry less.

Do things that produce an emotional experience.    

Another way to distract yourself from worry, is to do things that produce an emotional experience or anything that makes you happy, excited or relaxed. Although these events are temporary, 
it’s a great way to give your mind a break from thinking negatively.  

Ask yourself what it is here's how I'd like you to define it in order to change your life forever worry is an emotion caused by a thought we have about our past or about our future. 

Focus on the positive instead 
of the negative   

Make the conscious decision to focus on the positive instead of the negative. Decision are choice that we can make. If you refuse to worry, you will start taking action. Worry is just an excuse to not take action. When you keep worrying, the act of focusing on negativity becomes your action. So, instead of taking positive action, you live in a primal state, instead of a powerful one. We can only live in one state at a time.  

Is this unintelligent or intelligent thinking? 

Ask yourself, does this way of thinking put me in a powerful state of mind or a primal, unpowering state? Remind yourself to take back control of your power!  You can just as easily start thinking positive thoughts and push down the negative ones. 

 It’s all a choice.  

Here’s another way to categorize your way of thinking:  are your thoughts intelligent or unintelligent ways of thinking?  

Intelligent thought patterns are factual and based in reality. It’s a positive way of thinking about a situation and keeping yourself focused on what current tasks at hand. 

Unintelligent thinking is based from our past experiences and is usually negative. 
This way of thinking is not based on facts, but based on feelings. 

So, if you are trying to build a business, you need to gather up the facts of what you need to do. You need to have intelligent thinking, put yourself in a powerful state of mind, get a process in place, like our Here To There Process, allowing you to close the gaps between where you are and where you want to be. 

By following a proven, evidence based process, you are able to eliminate worry, fear, doubt and concern of moving your business forward. When you learn to control your mind, you control your life. 

Intelligent thinking puts you in a powerful state of being

Just remember, when you think that you aren’t going to be able to lose weight, 
you are priming your brain to believe that “you aren’t going to be able to lose weight.” 

 This is unintelligent thinking

When you envision yourself being in a powerful state of mind, incorporating 
worry-free living, you will prime your brain to live in a powerful state of mind, 
incorporating worry-free living. 

This is intelligent thinking. 

We are what we believe. So choose your thoughts wisely. 


Chose to be in control. 

When you chose to be in control and recognize that you can’t control what will happen to you in the future and you can’t control what already happened to in the past, you'll realize that all you can control is what’s happening to you right now in your life. What you can control right now is the way you feel and the actions you take. 

 By controlling your actions and feelings, you actually are changing your future that you once were worried about. So, when you stop feeling worried and stop acting worried, you begin to feel motivated, excited and determined. These feelings allow you to take forward action and all the energy that could have been wasted worrying, is now flowing into action. 

Where our energy flows, our actions goes.

Remember, you can’t repress your worried feelings that just hope that they will go away. You need to dissect them, figure out the facts and understand what state of mind you are, powerful or primal. 
 Is your thinking intelligent or unintelligent at this moment in time. 

When you learn to control your way of thinking, you take back your power. When you chose to make worry-free living part of your every day routine you will allow yourself to live in a beautiful state of being and this will empower you to make the right decisions that will empower you to reach your dreams. 

I wish you the very best that life has to offer and welcome you to come visit our self-coaching mastery program where we can work on this much deeper with you. Go ahead and hit the button below.

 Remember, there are two ways of thinking: you can take action and think intelligently, from a positive viewpoint or unintelligently from a negative way of thinking. I welcome you to join us at Neurolicity where we show you the Simplicity of Achieving More in life. . We will help you unpack your baggage and 
liberate yourself from the heart of your worries. This process can be difficult and time consuming, but the results are powerful and will last a life time. 

Or, you can take the now famous, though somewhat simplistic, advice of the singer Bobby McFerrin: “Don’t worry. Be happy.”    

We hope you’ll book a call to discuss what’s been holding you back from creating whatever it is that you’re meant to create in your life.   


Go ahead and hit the button below.

First, let’s define what worrying really is. Worrying is when we place all our focus on potential threats in our lives. 
Worry is a part of who are, and is vital part of our survival and helping us cope when we are facing challenges. 
Worry is an emotion caused by a thought we have about our past or about our future. 

It's really important that you understand that worrying about our past does absolutely nothing to change the past.  
And worrying about our future is absolutely not necessary to take whatever kind of action we want to take in our future. 
Worry and fear are responsible for more unanswered dreams than anything I've ever encountered with my clients.

When you think about the worst case scenario and always worried about that worst case scenario, you’ll never take action. 
 If you don’t take action, you’ll never be able to fail enough, to succeed enough to achieve any dream in your life.

We all experience worry. You know what it feels like: that nagging feeling that something is wrong and the persistent 
anxiety that it causes. But the question is, why do we worry? Simple put, we worry about something because
 we perceive it as a threat to our existence and worry causes us to focus on it and protect ourselves from that threat. 

Worry was developed after millions of years of evolution, with the fight, flight, freeze or faint responses.
 
Back in the prehistoric days, there probably weren’t a lot of carefree cave people. They were always worrying if an animal or other hostile tribes were going to kill them. The only way to survive these threats was to worry about or focus on the potential threats. Our ancestors passed down their genes onto future generations. The worry genes are what have kept us alive, as human beings, since the dawn of time.

 
So, worrying does have a place in your mind, when there are real situations that may cause you harm, however, most people don’t have to worry about opposing tribes or wild animals killing them, any more, right?  

Worrying and fear go hand in hand. We talked about fear in our last training, and how 95% of fear is in your head, meaning it’s not real and it’s purely psychological. We make up what we think could happen or might happen in a situation. This foreshadowing is unproductive, because worrying can cause you to obsess so much on these low probability occurrences that they interfere with you enjoying your life.

Unhealthy Worry—is a complex emotion that isn’t easy to wrap your arms around. It involves negative and obsessive thinking, doubt, physical anxiety, and fear. 

This type of worry is actually a symptom of other problems that becomes a problem in itself.

Unhealthy worry comes from the emotional baggage you acquired as a child and a deep, often unconscious belief that you won’t be able to protect yourself. Often this is transferred into adulthood.

Insecurity (“I live in a threatening world.”)
Perfectionism (“If I make mistakes, I will be a failure.”)
Need for control (“If I lose control, I am in danger.”)
Social comparison (“People will think I’m a loser.”)
Pessimism (“The world is filled with dangers.”)
Low tolerance for stress (“How can I protect myself if I’m all stressed out?”)
The first thing you need to do is realize if your worrying is healthy or unhealthy. *adaptive or maladaptive.

Here are some questions to ask yourself. Grab a pen and a piece of paper and write these down:

Are you more anxious than you are relaxed?

Are you more unhappy than you are happy?

Are you unwilling to take reasonable risks?

Do you worry about things that are not real threats? 

Do your worries interfere with your normal daily living?

Do you have difficulty enjoying yourself because you worry so much?

If you answered “NO” to the questions above, you are most likely a healthy worrier
.
If you answered “YES” then you are most likely an unhealthy worrier and we will talk 
about how to relieve yourself from these unnecessary burdens

I worked on a behavioral health unit for many years and saw a lot of people come and go with unhealthy obsessions about worrying. I want to be clear that I’m helping you understand what kind of worrier you are and I am not offering up medical advice to you during this training series.

You need to figure out what you are worrying 
about and what’s causing this feeling. 

Once you figure this out, you are putting yourself in a position to find a solution to your cause of the worrying and this “cause” will become less worrisome.
For example: If you are worried about deadlines at work, you can prepare in advance to complete your work ahead of schedule, to avoid worrying.  Make sure you realize that everyone worries and you are not alone in your way of thinking. It’s just a normal part of life. 

Distract yourself from your worry.   

If you are waiting to see if you got the job your applied for, there’s really nothing you can do but wait. So, while you are waiting, take action and do something that will distract your mind from the worry.   For example: go see a movie, read a book, take a walk and focus on other activities, so you’ll worry less. 

     Do things that produce an emotional experience.    

Another way to distract yourself from worry, is to do things that produce an emotional experience or anything that makes you happy, excited or relaxed. Although these events are temporary, it’s a great way to give your mind a break from thinking negatively.  Ask yourself what it is here's how I'd like you to define it in order to change your life forever worry is an emotion caused by a thought we have about our past or about our future. 

Focus on the positive instead of the negative.   

Make the conscious decision to focus on the positive instead of the negative. Decision are choice that we can make. If you refuse to worry, you will start taking action. Worry is just an excuse to not take action. When you keep worrying, the act of focusing on negativity becomes your action. So, instead of taking positive action, you live in a primal state, instead of a powerful one. We can only live in one state at a time.  

Is this unintelligent or intelligent thinking? 

Ask yourself, does this way of thinking put me in a powerful state of mind or a primal, unpowering state? Remind yourself to take back control of your power!  You can just as easily start thinking positive thoughts and push down the negative ones. 

 It’s all a choice.  

Here’s another way to categorize your way of thinking:  are your thoughts intelligent or unintelligent ways of thinking?  

Intelligent thought patterns are factual and based in reality. It’s a positive way of thinking about a situation and keeping yourself focused on what current tasks at hand. 

Unintelligent thinking is based from our past experiences and is usually negative. 
This way of thinking is not based on facts, but based on feelings. 

So, if you are trying to build a business, you need to gather up the facts of what you need to do. You need to have intelligent thinking, put yourself in a powerful state of mind, get a process in place, like our Here To There Process, allowing you to close the gaps between where you are and where you want to be.  By following a proven, evidence based process, you are able to eliminate worry, fear, doubt and concern of moving your business forward. When you learn to control your mind, you control your life. 

Intelligent thinking puts you in a powerful state of being

Just remember, when you think that you aren’t going to be able to lose weight, 
you are priming your brain to believe that “you aren’t going to be able to lose weight.” 

 This is unintelligent thinking

When you envision yourself being in a powerful state of mind, incorporating 
worry-free living, you will prime your brain to live in a powerful state of mind, 
incorporating worry-free living. 

This is intelligent thinking. 

We are what we believe. So choose your thoughts wisely. 


Chose to be in control. 

When you chose to be in control and recognize that you can’t control what will happen to you in the future and you can’t control what already happened to in the past, you'll realize that all you can control is what’s happening to you right now in your life. What you can control right now is the way you feel and the actions you take. By controlling your actions and feelings, you actually are changing your future that you once were worried about. So, when you stop feeling worried and stop acting worried, you begin to feel motivated, excited and determined. These feelings allow you to take forward action and all the energy that could have been wasted worrying, is now flowing into action. 

Where our energy flows, our actions goes.

Remember, you can’t repress your worried feelings that just hope that they will go away. You need to dissect them, figure out the facts and understand what state of mind you are, powerful or primal. Is your thinking intelligent or unintelligent at this moment in time.  

When you learn to control your way of thinking, you take back your power. When you chose to make worry-free living part of your every day routine you will allow yourself to live in a beautiful state of being and this will empower you to make the right decisions that will empower you to reach your dreams. 

I wish you the very best that life has to offer and welcome you to come visit our self-coaching mastery program where we can work on this much deeper with you. Go ahead and hit the button below.

 Remember, there are two ways of thinking: you can take action and think intelligently, from a positive viewpoint or unintelligently from a negative way of thinking. I welcome you to join us at Neurolicity where we show you the Simplicity of Achieving More in life. . We will help you unpack your baggage and 
liberate yourself from the heart of your worries. This process can be difficult and time consuming, but the results are powerful and will last a life time. 

Or, you can take the now famous, though somewhat simplistic, advice of the singer Bobby McFerrin: “Don’t worry. Be happy.”    

We hope you’ll book a call to discuss what’s been holding you back from creating whatever it is that you’re meant to create in your life.   


Go ahead and hit the button below.

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