One of my favorite Abraham-Hicks quotes is, "Worrying is using your imagination to create something you don't want."
Have you ever worried about something for no reason? In school it was the term paper due the next day that you hadn't started yet looming over your head. At work it was the powerpoint you just didn't want to tackle. It seems to be human nature to worry, but why do we do it if it only creates unwanted feelings and circumstances?
I realized that if I just took half the time I'm thinking and worrying about something to actually take action and JUST DO IT, as Nike says, then there would be nothing to worry about. Worrying seems to just cause more worry. There were even times I would get physically sick just from thoughts forming in my head, which seems pretty ridiculous when you think about it.
Today I am going to stop when any worry passes through my thoughts and take a moment to reverse the worry. I am going to take a deep breath and take action so that there will be nothing to worry about. There are many things on my to-do list and I'm going to take the most important tasks and just get started. Every time I do they're always done much quicker than I imagined anyway.