warrior

How to be a warrior and not a worrier

 

warriorDo you find your­self con­stant­ly wor­ry­ing? Do you suf­fer from anx­i­ety dis­or­der? Why are you wor­ry­ing. In this blog post I am going to share with you some tips on how to become a war­rior and not a wor­ri­er.

Peo­ple wor­ry every­day.

They wor­ry about what they are going to eat, they wor­ry they won’t get enough sleep, they wor­ry they won’t make it to work on time. They  wor­ry wor­ry wor­ry.

Accord­ing to Dale Carnegie wor­ry is one of the worst dis­eases to have. If you’re wor­ried about every­thing you’re con­stant­ly stressed. This means your mind is in a neg­a­tive state. Wor­ry solves noth­ing, you must accept that there are things that are just out of your con­trol.
Wor­ry usu­al­ly stems from the inabil­i­ty to con­trol a sit­u­a­tion or out­come. But life does not work that way you won’t always have all the answers.

Plan ahead

The first tip to con­quer­ing Wor­ry is to plan ahead. Plan­ning ahead takes away a lot of anx­i­ety. When you have no plan you become reac­tive. React­ing to sit­u­a­tions on the spot can be stress­ful. When you have a plan in place your mind is already con­di­tioned to focus on the plan and not be wor­ried.

Your mind is pow­er­ful. If you leave space for wor­ry it will take over your mind. But if you think pos­i­tive and plan ahead you will have noth­ing to wor­ry about.

Read positive books

The sec­ond tip to becom­ing a war­rior is to read pos­i­tive books. Many peo­ple focus on health and Fit­ness. While that is impor­tant devel­op­ing your mind is one of the best ways to fight wor­ry. Feed your mind with pos­i­tive influ­ences every sin­gle day. You’re mine is the vehi­cle to take you any­where I want to go. A per­son in pover­ty high­est pover­ty thoughts he thinks and acts in terms of scarci­ty. Scarci­ty is a neg­a­tive thought and it invites more neg­a­tive thoughts.

If your mind is pos­i­tive and you work towards a goal even if you do not achieve that goal would have learned some­thing from it. You can then use that knowl­edge to become a stronger ver­sion of your­self. You are bound to achieve your goal on the next try.

Med­i­tate dai­ly to strength­en your mind. Thoughts are pow­er­ful nev­er let neg­a­tive thoughts take over your mind.
Remem­ber a man is the sum total of all his thoughts and deeds.

If you think neg­a­tive thoughts and do neg­a­tive Deeds and you will have a neg­a­tive life full of wor­ry and stress.
Nev­er do any­thing that sup­press­es your con­science. This is a Sure­fire way off increas­ing your wor­ry. Don’t lie or steal.

Have you ever done some­thing wrong and nobody found out?  but you just had a nag­ging feel­ing in your mind that it wasn’t right and you did not feel good in your­self? that  sup­press­es your con­science.

Stop overthinking

Anoth­er great tip to stop wor­ry­ing is to stop over­think­ing. I have done this on many occa­sions. When you over­think you over­work the brain. Too many thoughts can leave your head spin­ning and you lose Focus.

Lack of focus leads to wor­ry. You will need clar­i­ty. To achieve clar­i­ty you will need a clear mind. If you find your­self over­think­ing you might be suf­fer­ing from infor­ma­tion over­load. If this is the case take a step back from your com­put­er go out­side. Take a walk, go for a swim or ride your bike. Stop putting stuff in your brain and just be. Some­times it just needs to rest.

Today our brains are more over­worked than ever. We spend hours and hours surf­ing the net. play­ing video games and check­ing Face­book. Sev­en days a week that’s a lot of infor­ma­tion. Your brain is tired so give it a rest.

Shut off notifications

Anoth­er great tip is to shut of your noti­fi­ca­tions. Ever at work and you and notice a bunch of noti­fi­ca­tions com­ing in on your phone?  Most times it’s just social media or YouTube. And you feel the urge to check it. Stop it. It’s a bad habit and will only set you up to wor­ry more.

When you check noti­fi­ca­tions train your brain to get anx­ious about what the noti­fi­ca­tions mean. This leads to over­think­ing and also stress. Sud­den­ly you just need to check when on on social media or what is this video about. Next thing you know you spent about 3 hours online doing noth­ing but brows­ing. Noti­fi­ca­tions are like black­holes. Once you check them its like you get stuck in a warp then by the time you come back to your sens­es hours have passed.

Then you find out you have a dead­line tomor­row and your anx­i­ety shots through the roof.

Don’t think about the past or the future. Focus on the present. Focus on what you can do now and take action. That’s it. When You take action you clear your mind of fear.

Don’t worry about past or future pay attention to the present

Remem­ber you can’t con­trol the past or the future but you can con­trol what you doing right now.
Dale Carnegie States that we should live our lives in day tight com­part­ments. What this means is that we should shut out both past and future and live life in the present. because that is the only place we can make an impact. You can­not change the past so there is noth­ing to be gained by wor­ry­ing about it. and you don’t have any con­trol over the future so let it go. Take the actions now that have been proven to lead to a pos­i­tive future.

You may not be able to change the past but you can def­i­nite­ly learn from it. Observe peo­ple who are wealthy and hap­py and the steps they took in their past to get to where they are now. It is  not rock­et sci­ence, there is a for­mu­la. As long as you are tak­ing action in your life you won’t be wor­ried. Because there will be no space in your mind for wor­ry.
Also remem­ber no one ever solved a prob­lem by wor­ry­ing.

If you find your­self fret­ting rec­og­nize that there are peo­ple who are way worse off than you. Some of us think that our prob­lems are huge but they appear insignif­i­cant when you put them next to oth­er

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