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The time to worry is when

Bicycle and American flag
Just before riding to Magic Kingdom yesterday to test a Podcast recording strategy.

The time to worry is when you don’t need to worry.

Podcasting works fine from my desk. i don’t need to record from anywhere else.

This is the perfect time to see if recording from unusual and interesting places is feasible.

Also, riding a bicycle to Walt Disney World (versus driving) is something most 60-year olds would never consider, but wish they could.

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Honey, It's For You

The time to worry is when you don’t have to

tidying up marie kondo
Netflix. Like anything that we don’t make a priority, our material things can suffocate our life if we don’t manage it daily.

The time to worry is when you don’t have to.

Take physical health. 

Do the basics now, and for the rest of your life.

Or, don’t.

And decades later be forced to change.

Same for everything else in life.

Nurture your attitude or wake up decades from now, fearful, bitter, angry, stressed – to the point of a potentially devastating wake-up call.

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Back To The Future

Worried about the future?

Calvin and Hobbs
Chapin sent me this last night. He showed it to me as we sat together in the Family room. i requested it, not knowing how i’d use it until after i wrote this post.

 

Worried about the future?

Prove it.

My theory is most adults could eliminate much of their worry if they cleaned up their own bank of lifetime habits first, before expecting someone else to change.

Yes, there are exceptions, but the odds of you being the exception are low.

Could ask dozens of simple questions, but for now, try these on…

When was the last time you exercised?

If we could see what you actually eat and drink in any given month, would you feel good or not so good?

When was the last time you began your day on your knees? And the time before that? Was it this morning and yesterday?

Is there breathing room in your cabinets, shelves, drawers, medicine cabinets, and closets?

 

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Entrepreneurship

Worry and stress are silent killers

Doctor's office foot chart
Yesterday at Podiatrist.

 

Worry and stress are silent killers.

They kill people physically.

We forget this harsh reality.

But for a moment, let’s not.

They kill us psychologically too.

Chasing dreams and maintaining a positive attitude is challenging.

i have this dream of being an Olympian…

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Outlasting Fear

Spend our lives learning how to make this an unnatural response

Six great quotes about worry

 

(photo: iPhone screen shot – from one of yesterday’s many emails)

It’s natural to worry about how we’ll get through tragedy, pain, and uncertainty.

Worry is a thin stream of fear trickling through the mind. If encouraged, it cuts a channel into which all other thoughts are drained. – Arthur Somers Roche

And because it’s so natural, we actually have to spend our lives learning how to make this an unnatural response, not an auto-response.

Not worrying is not an act of denial, nor a manifestation from not caring.

It is strength. Growth. Victory. Wisdom.

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