As Career Girls, we’re always thinking about the future, and working towards our goals, but when thinking becomes worrying, we need to stop ourselves.
As much as we visualize and chase our goals, we can’t control what life will throw at us, so it’s important to think constructively and put down all those worries.
If you’re not convinced, here are a few reasons why you should stop worrying about your future.
1. Focus on what you can control!
You don’t have the power to predict or control the future, so why obsess over something that’s out of your reach?
Stop wasting your time worrying about what “might” happen, and focus on something you CAN control like your own thoughts and actions.
2. I’ve learned that you’re most likely missing out
If there’s anything I’ve learned in the past few years it’s that being caught up in the “what-ifs” seriously ruins the right now. Instead of visualizing all of the things that could go wrong, live in the moment, and enjoy all the positive things in your life.
Life is short, and you shouldn’t waste it worrying about things that may or may not happen.
3. Your imagination is so much worse
Worriers tend to have a snowball effect the longer they think. One small worry leads to another, and pretty soon your life is ending.
But in reality, there’s a very small chance any of it will happen, and the real problem is usually much smaller than it seems.
Stop yourself before it gets too far, and instead focus on what you can do right now that’s positive.
4. Worrying is bad for your health
All that constant worrying is actually bad for your health. Worriers have a harder time focusing, making decisions, sleeping, and are generally more stressed out.
Plus, all that stress weakens your immune system and causes weight gain and fatigue. So put down your worries, pick up a mug of hot tea, and relax!
5. Fight for what you want now!
Instead of worrying about your career, friends, family, etc, go out and do something about it!
Fight for the job you want, go connect with the people who are important to you, and use the time that you used to worry to improve your life!
This post originated on, www.careergirldaily.com.