Are you a worrier? What do you worry about? Failing exams, business, relationships, children, money. Something else? Or do you spend most of the time trying to figure out (worry about) what other people want from you and how to deliver it? For example, passing the exam, then getting the right job/ spouse/ children/ house/ car/ TV/ holiday/ other? What's the value of worry? Does it contribute anything? Or does it keep you trapped in reaction and distract you from taking action? Is it an excuse for no-action? Is it relevant?If you'd like to be free to take action and create the life you'd prefer, rather than being distracted by worry into reaction/no-action, ask “What if worry wasn't relevant?” How much of your worry stems from trying to fit in or to meet other people's expectations? Do you think it's caring? How aware of/interested in you are other people? A lot, a little, or not at all? Would you like to have more fun? Then stop worrying about what other people want and start creating your life for YOU. If your life was an adventure of constant creation, would worry exist?
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