Try this exercise in your mind. Think about the things that worry or scare you. Consider the worst possible scenario. Now find a solution for that scenario.
Over a number of years I have interviewed a wagon load of people for positions, mainly for office jobs. You meet all kinds of interesting characters when you are trying to find your new favorite employee.
Getting your body moving is one of the best ways to free your mind. Go on a run, take a dance class, go for a swim, or just get out and do something active.
“I turned the faucet as cold and as strong as it could go. The water gurbled up the pipes, sounding like the heartbeat in my ears, and I was then met with an ice-cold blast of water to the face.”
“Goals are for losers.” Systems are the way to go!
Humans are biologically wired to avoid pain, discomfort, and anything of the sort because it sees it as a threat which could lead to death whether it be awkward social encounters, vigorous exercise, or even waking up early.
You’re a work of art, methodically accumulating different tastes, smells and sounds.
Blindly chasing a vague sense of success isn’t motivating enough. Until you find something worth doing, you won’t do anything.
You worry about your future. You worry about your parents. You worry about anything and everything. But worrying means you care.
Write, paint, do photography, build something, decorate your apartment, etc. There is nothing more cathartic than opening up and finding your voice in creative expression.