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Are You Adding to Your Workload?

Published on 10/19/2016
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 Are You Adding To Your Workload?


If I were to ask you,"Would you like to work less and spend more time enjoying living life"?  Your answer to the question is probably going to be an unequivocal YES! However the average person is unwittingly adding to their workload to the point of exhaustion instead of reducing their workload.



"A day of worry is more exhausting than a week of work."

~John Lubbock

The quote above makes it very clear that a single day of worry is more taxing than a week of work. Now consider the compounding effect of worrying day after day, with each day being the equivalent of a week’s work. It definitely puts the expression 'worrying will kill you' into context, does it not?


How absurd it would be to try and squeeze a week's work into one day. Yet that is exactly what many people are putting themselves through on a regular basis. Worrying takes enormous effort but pays zero reward; in short there is no up-side to this debilitating practice. The habit (and yes it is a habit) of worrying may be a tough one to break but it can be done.


How to break the habit of worrying.

Amazingly, the cause of most worrying tends to focus on what 'might happen' (the future) or what 'has happened' (the past) neither of which is in your control. The only thing you have control over is the 'here and now'.




In the book 'How to Stop Worrying and Start Living', Dale Carnegie teaches fantastic strategies to nip the habit of worrying in the bud. One such approach is to live in 'Day-tight Compartments.' This is where you treat your day as a sealed compartment where your thoughts and actions are firmly focused in that day and nowhere else. There is no concerning yourself with what might occur tomorrow or what occurred in the past because that exists outside of your compartment.


This may sound like a very simplistic technique but I can assure you it's very effective. Why? Because it forms the fantastic habit of being present/ living life fully in the moment and that's exactly where we should be living every single day.

Read ‘How To Stop Worrying And Start Living’ in pdf format HERE

Bev Austin



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