Got goals? Worry can be used as a clue

Worry is a bit of a clue to what’s going on. To how I’m handling things right now. Or how I may not be handling them!

What I’m trying to do is to hold up each worry to the light of today. Anything that’s outside of my control is something I’ve got to let go of.

There are some things I can do today. I have to look at the reality and the practicality. There’s a lot of stuff anybody can’t do today. We all have restrictions and we all have things we can worry about. It’s hard to say where to start. But worry is a clue. It guides me to what matters to me. I can use it to aim myself in the right way for where I am today.

Where I am today is able to do small things that point me in the direction of what matters to me.

Able to become familiar with the things I can do. Able to build habits. Able to build routines. Able to use worry as a guide that shows me a clue to where I may be stuck.

I pay attention to where worry arises and take attention and take action and let go. Not a good fit? But real. You and I have the same 24 hours each day that everyone else has. We’re all unique yet we all face that same thing: figuring out what matters to us and making choices.

Focusing on what’s before me today helps me figure out what’s really before me:

making choices, that, however small they may be, get me moving in the right direction for me, right now.

Worry can be used as a clue.

When you’ve got goals, you keep moving forward one day at a time.

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Cynthia Ann Leighton

Cynthia Ann Leighton gives an inspirational lift. If your challenges put you out of action or into feeling stuck, prepare yourself here. Learn to put into practice what you need. Focus! Clarity! Joy! Cynthia helps you get into implementation when you're struggling. Steadily! Get slow self-improvement and persistent growth. Develop hope for overcoming daunting challenges.