19 Aug Worried Sick? Check Out My Powerful Antidotes…
It’s real. It’s not fun. And, if you’re like me, it’s probably a reality for you, at least in some capacity.
Just recently I learned a really big lesson about the negative side effects of worrying…it’s really a gross waste of energy!
But here’s the amazing thing: through my personal challenges, I discovered — out of sheer necessity and determination — some amazing antidotes to worry…ones that I’m delighted to share with you today!
So if you, or anyone who know, struggle with worry, I know you’ll really appreciate today’s episode. Click above to watch.
I dig deep into my antidotes in today’s Jacquie Straight Up, but one of my big take-aways is this: the best way to kill worry and to serve those around you, is to focus your energy on being the best you can be.
Finding your purpose, fulfilling your destiny, and reaching your full potential will allow you to kick worry to the curb, and focus on creating positive change in YOUR world, wherever you can.
For example, I happen to hate litter. It really bothers me that a huge continent of garbage is floating in the middle ocean, killing marine life and poisoning the world. But sitting at home and weakening myself by worrying about it is not the solution. So I do what I can in my day-to-day life. Everywhere I go, I pick up garbage. And I call out those that I see littering. (Some people get really mad, but I don’t care!)
I do what I can RIGHT NOW. And that makes me feel better about myself, and strengthens me, and so then, I can better serve the world. So whether you are worrying about something in your own life, or in the world at large, remember this:
Worrying doesn’t empty tomorrow of its troubles. It empties today of its strength.
That is a mantra worth repeating!!
Here’s something else: the Law of Attraction is real. This law states that every positive or negative event that happened to you was attracted by you. Like gravity, it’s working in your life if you choose to believe in it or not. And when we focus on negative shit, we bring bad stuff into our lives. So here is what you do: always expect the best.
Worry and anxiety act as a barrier to the good in our lives. When worry creeps in, stop that thought and replace it with: “I expect the best.”
The power of positive thinking is real. Practice it every day, and watch worry decrease, and your life change for the better.
If you’ve enjoyed today’s video, please hit the like button and share with your family and friends. And, after you watch, I’d love to hear from you.
What do you do to combat worry in your life? How is it working for you?
Sending love and strength,