How To Avoid Excessive Worrying To Grow Your Business

Excessive Worrying Kills Business

What If-

Can I be the first one to admit that I used to worry about everything? Whatever the new worry of the week would keep my up that night…Can you relate? Not sleeping, led to being exhausted, which led me to the state of worry again. It was a viscous cycle. 
I decided to do a quick Google search to see what others thought as well. 

Below are the Top Ten Things People worry about, according to i100
10. I seem to be generally unhappy
9. Paying rent/mortgage
8. Worried about my physique
7. Wrinkles or ageing appearance
6. Job security
5. Financial/credit card debts
4. My diet
3. Low energy levels
2. Worried about my savings/ financial future
1. Getting old in general

What do they have to do with business? Excessive worrying leads to stifling activity. 
If you take a close look at that list, there are items that can be remedied and some that can’t. In the Audio Below, we discuss dealing with worry. I think you’ll dig it. 

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Using this new way of thinking not only got me more sleep but allowed me to be focus on what’s important. It also, opened me up to new opportunities that I hadn’t noticed before.
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15 thoughts on “How To Avoid Excessive Worrying To Grow Your Business

    1. Steve Krivda Post author

      haha you got that right

  1. Gerry Morand

    Worrying is such a waste of energy. If you are going to expend energy, do it by activity and doing something to counter whatever it is that is bothering you.

  2. Brian and Felicia White

    Excellent tips Steve on how to avoid excessive worry in your business! Makes perfect sense. We've heard many times that worry is like praying for what you DON'T want. It doesn't serve you or anyone else, so instead flipping the switch and instead focusing your energy and attention on what you do want seems much more productive and these things can definitely help! Thanks so much for sharing such value. Continued blessings to you and yours!

    1. Steve Krivda Post author

      YES! Focus on what you want.
      Worry is a default human response…We have to recognize it

  3. Julie Syl Kalungi

    Excessive worrying can kill you Period.

    Ohhh I used to be a worrier…I would worry about worrying lol! Until I met Sir Meditation 😀 I truly was transformed like overnight, I was like them that dreamt! Worry be gone.

    What we cant change we should simply let it be. Reminds me of that Quote, Lord give me the Grace to accept the things I cannot change, to do the things I can do and the grace to know the difference… something close.

    Thank you Steve for this awesome post on how to avoid excessive worrying to grow your business!

    1. Steve Krivda Post author

      Thanks Julie, appreciate you

    1. Steve Krivda Post author

      Cool Sheena, thanks for being authentic

  4. Alicia Novakovski

    Thanks Steve for sharing this post and call. It is so true. Worrying is like never ending story. It has to be controled 🙂

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