I’ve spent the previous seven days sprinting to empty a four-acre greenhouse full of annual flowers. With deadlines hanging over my head and the viability of a business on my shoulders.
Here is the resounding take-away:
Choose action over worry. Over and over again, choose action over worry for each moment during the day. Doing is for daytime hours.
When our small world starts to whirl, and everything feels chaotic, action is the only thing that saves the day. Worry achieves nothing.
Waiting for normalcy is tempting, waiting for easier days is a waist. Time only slips away while we wait. A new normal is constantly arriving before we have adjusted. Time is precious.
If you can cut back on waiting and worrying by 50%, you will notice the possibilities unfold.
Time will pass regardless, so let’s use it wisely. Discover, learn, and transform your perspective with action taking.
It’s simple, but the worrying mind often makes it difficult. Reduce the amount of time spent worrying and increase the amount of time spent taking action. The emphasis is on the action as a useful alternative to worrying.