The Worry Buster

Worry is a sustained form of fear caused by indecision. Fear can be defined as Fantasized Experiences Appearing Real.

Studies have proven that:
40% of what we worry about never happens
30% of worries are about things that have already happened
12% are needles health worries
10% are petty worries
Only 8% of worries are about anything substantial
And of that 8%:
50% are beyond the worrier’s control
Which means that:
96% of what we worry about is irrelevant!
Here’s how to bust your worries anyway:
  1. Clearly define your worry or concern.
  2. Get more specific by asking: How is this actually a problem right now?
  3. Ask yourself: What is the worst possible outcome (should the worry manifest)?
  4. Ask yourself: Even if things turned out as bad as the worst case scenario, what positive learning would I have gained through having had that experience?
  5. Ask yourself: How will I experience myself (how will I be) once I’ve overcome my worry and everything turned out well.
  6. Ask yourself: As this successful person (elicited in 4.) what step can I take now to resolve that which I used to worry about?
  7. Take that important step and continue living worry free.

You never know how far a change will go, and it will go further than you think… So choose the change that’s right for you starting today.

Written by Jevon Dangeli – NLP/Hypnotherapy Trainer & Coach

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