Worry! The Arch Enemy of Success (Podcast Episode 7)

 

I’m a worrier – have been all my life. As far as I can see, there isn’t a lot of upside to it. I envy those people who seem so carefree as if the don’t have a worry in the world. Worry kills success because the time spent worrying could’ve been spent on something more productive. Plus worry can make you depressed and way too cautious.

While I don’t believe a worrier can become a non-worrier completely, I think there are some great strategies to help you control worry and get to the things that are truly important.

In this podcast you’ll hear those strategies from three experts on the subject as well as some advice from my own experience.

I hope you enjoy it, but I am going to try not to worry about it.

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