“Let our advance worrying become advance thinking and planning.”- Winston Churchill
Have you ever been accused of worrying too much?
Worrying is an action that is easily accessible and is quite quickly put into action by many common occurrences which take place in our daily lives. Along with the fact that it’s unhealthy, it is also quite unproductive.
Winston Churchill dares us through his quote, to substitute worrying with advance thinking and planning.
We’ll notice if we look at the difference of those mental actions: the pro-activity in creating change is the demonstrable characteristic and the other function: worrying, is a visible restriction to figuring out how to creatively assess that which we worry about.
Today, when a worry comes up—it will trick you for a moment, but then your ability to plan how to remove those restrictive feelings and the chance to revel in moving on can join you on your journey through the end of the week.
p.s. I always am interested in what you think about these discussions. Please post your thoughts on the blog…your constructive criticism and support is appreciated!
Dr. Lynn K. Jones, Certified Personal and Executive Coach
Your Mojo Maven http://LynnKJones.com
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