What that bad tuna salad sandwich at the church picnic can teach you about the power of fear.
Worry is a malignant advance problem.
Conquering worry is like combatting a pesky mosquito.
When you are afraid, you will have one of four reactions. All of them are adaptive in certain situations.
Why you can’t do math problems when a wildcat is chasing you.
While fear is life preserving, worry is pretty darn destructive.
Fear is the most life preserving of all the emotions. You don’t want to get rid of it.
Mark Twain has something important to say about our thinking.
The formula for success is that better outcomes come from better behavior. But where does better behavior come from?
Emotions are very good, but should not be driving the train.