“What, me worry?!?”

We know that was Alfred E. Newman from “Mad Magazine” and everyone went around saying it.
The thing is- worrying is an energy vampire- and we are human- so many of us are “worriers” even when we know better.. below are some stats to back that up; did you know that:
40% of worrying is about things that will never happen
30% of worrying is over things that can’t be changed
10% of worrying is over health (which only gets worse when you worry)
We spend 92% of our time and energy worrying about things that:
1. We have no control over
2. We can’t possibly change
3. We have misperceptions about

Worrying is like stepping on the gas pedal while the car is in neutral: we create a lot of noise, use energy and don’t go anywhere! EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) works extraordinarily well to overcome anxiety, fear and worry.  Learn more about EFT: http://www.balanceandpower.com/eft.php and my NEW! Summer Series in Baldwin for July-August and one:one trainings http://www.balanceandpower.com/events.  If you have a group at your location, I will be happy to facilitate there.  I’ve just returned from a wonderful EFT-ADV continuing education training in Nyack, NY, and am excited to share new techniques and reliable tried and true ones!  I know that I’m a “worrier” and that EFT is miraculous!  as are other techniques that I combine with Peak Performance Success Coaching in my venues.
Even if you’ve had worry role models all your life, and/or a genetic predisposition towards anxiety, you can reset your M.O. and create new mind-body patterns with repetition and practice and a good teacher-coach.  It’s never too late!

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