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You know the feeling – the powerless feeling when practically nothing works – everything you do is futile and you just pray that somehow, someway you’ll be saved. If you’d read part 1 and part 2 – you have a general sense of what to do, however there is still a big reason while you’ll still worry big time – here’s what it is and here’s how you deal with it!
We do more to avoid pain then to gain pleasure
Like most people I was a fan of Tony Robbins – of course I’ve always wanted to know what he was on – THAT KIND OF ENERGY WOULD HELP ME WITH HOMEWORK!!!
One of the things he preached was that we do more to avoid pain then to gain pleasure and that is something we are going to apply here.
Have you ever had an experience that was so bad that you just never want to relive it again? I remember speaking with a muscular man in his 60’s and he told me that only a decade earlier he was at least a hundred pounds overweight – he told me that he survived a pretty bad heart attack and from then the thought of unhealthy foods reminded him of the pain. Since then that pain had been his motivation to get back in shape.
Remember that time when you were so worried that you lost sleep, you couldn’t eat, you couldn’t do anything of value. Whenever you are worried over something remind yourself of that pain and then apply the first and second fundamentals.
Also remember over worrying causes health problems, relationship problems and it almost never solves a problem.
This technique was based off of Dale Carnegie’s book How to Stop Worrying and Start Living
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You can check out Dale Carnegie’s Book in the following link: How to Stop Worrying and Start Living
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