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Stop worrying and start working‼️

Hello warriors!

As we approach our fun summer activities, I reflect on last year. Last year there was a lot of things we could not do. And because of that a lot of worry.


I was very worried! I mean I just moved into a new facility, got shut down due to a pandemic, and lost half of our student body. I mean who wouldn't be worried over that right!


But I remembered one thing. I reflected on a book I read a few years back written by Carnegie, no not the Carnegie you're thinking of, stop worrying.


The author of the book written in the early 1900s reflected on how many people were in hospitals about to die and deeply ill because they were worried about their finances do the stock market crash or something bad that happened to them in their lives.


However, when they were close to death or appeared to be.. they didn't die and actually recovered. He surmised that they worried themselves to sickness and put themselves in the hospital. Once the pressure was off of the responsibilities they actually felt better.


This meant that we are responsible for our own health and for our actions and for what affects us. So, he threw up a simple plan that I still use today and discovered on my own.


Whenever something new happens or you're about to jump into something new remember this:


1. Whatever you're doing what is the worst that could happen.


2. Once you accept the worst and that failure is possible, what plan do you have for that situation


3. Once you have those plans implement them and carry on


Basically prepare for the worst but hope for the best. That's how I felt during the pandemic, that this is the worst but I had been through this before. I went through this economic crash I went through hurricanes I knew it was like to lose everything and get it back so I already had a plan. And those plans worked great cuz here we are today over a year later


Hope for the best, but always prepare for the worst and nothing bad will ever really happen to you.

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