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Use worrisome thoughts as action triggers

Use worrisome thoughts as action triggers

When you catch yourself worrying, prepare yourself for that danger. Once you know you’re ready for the worst-case scenario, you’ll calm down and be able to get to work.

Consider these questions:

  • What is the worst that could happen?
  • What would I do if the worst really happened?
  • How would I lessen the pain and get on with as much happiness as possible if the worst did occur?
  • What alternatives would I have?
  • What can I do now to lessen the probability of this dreaded event occurring?
  • Is there anything I can do now to increase my chances of achieving my goal?

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