What should we be worried about, when is worrying a valuable resource?
First off, what we are worrying about is more important. It becomes a valuable resource when we worry about the right things.
Phil, my moms co worker runs a company called BMBB (Better Mind Better Body). I read up and here’s what I found.
Success comes easier but knowing what responsibility you have, and what they have. You don’t have to do everything, half of it is their job. Example: Basketball, when you get fouled, that’s their problem. People not liking something you like, their problem. This could go on for a while, but the main idea is that unless we aren’t taking care of our responsibilities, we have nothing to worry about.
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