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The worrying and the doing

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Hey Guys—



I’ve mentioned it in the past, but I tend to be a worrier.  I am,

however, a productive worrier, not a paralyzed worrier and that is
an important difference.


A productive worry is concerned with the “small stuff” that can

turn into big stuff, so he views his worries as early warnings,
and takes action to correct what he is worrying about.  But his
worry does not paralyze his life.


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A paralyzed worrier is so consumed with worry that he never acts,

and his fears become very real which, of course, makes him worry
more. The more he worries, the worse his life gets.  The opposite
applies to the productive worrier—the more he worries, the better
his life gets.


You have, doubtless, heard the trite saying, “don’t sweat the

small stuff and it’s all small stuff.”  I hate that saying with a
passion because it is such arrogant bullshit.  If you do NOT sweat
the small stuff, and you do NOT sweat it profusely, it will become
big stuff, and then you will have some very nasty things to sweat
about.  Sweat the small stuff, and you won’t be burned by the big
stuff—sweating is, after all, a good thing because it is usually
a result of intense activity.


However, while I am a fan of productive worrying and small stuff

sweating, you must not let it tempt you into becoming a paralyzed
worrier who never takes any action or who delays taking action.


Every now and then I’ll measure the amount of time it takes for me

to get done the things that are causing me worry.  In almost every
case I spent more time worrying than it took me to actually fix
the cause of my worry.  This, being a revelation to me, has led me
to act as soon as any form of worry sets in because it is
embarrassing and unproductive to waste time on worry that could
be used for handling the cause of worry.  


No matter what it is you are worrying about, action will end your

worry one way or another.  Worried that a girl doesn’t like you?  
Ask her out for a drink (or over for one) and you’ll end your worry
one way or another.  Worried that women don’t like you in general?  
Learn the skill of attraction and talk to enough of them so that
at least a few do like you—contrary to what the girlie males in
the fake news media say, real women DO like real men.


Worry can be your friend and it can be your enemy. It can keep you

from doing great things, and it can motivate you to do great things.  
Everytime I have worried without acting it has led to bad things,
and whenever I have acted, I have gotten a resolution to worry
one way or the other.


In the end, most people use worry as an excuse not to act, which

is why most people are losers.  Use it as a reason to act and you
will start to win, win, win, while others merely whine.

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-John Alanis

“The King of Let ‘em Come to You”


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