How to Stop Worrying and Start Living Quotes by Dale Carnegie
Focus On Yourself And Not Others? (One of the Best Speeches Ever) ft. Eternal Explorer
13 Ways To Stop Worrying About What Other People Think Of You
Why in the world would you care what others are doing with their lives, why in the world would you stress about their actions and behaviors? Let them live their lives the way they know, the way they think is best for them. If you keep on worrying about others, if you are always looking to see what they are doing, you will have no time to work on yourself. You will have no time to improve and grow. I was going to visit my mother the other day and I was in the car with a lady, some kind of relative. Instead of empathizing with the poor woman, she started throwing garbage at her and saying all these horrible things about her. And while doing this, she was so emotional, so frustrated and mad about what that person has done.
It only saps today of its joy. We all want to be happy , but sometimes we hold ourselves back from that possibility. It can be a sad but liberating truth. We all have that voice inside our head. That voice is most often the source of our own self-sabotage. That voice can be the cause of our own misery. I know because I used to listen to this voice—every single day, all the time.
The biggest mistake we all make is forgetting about ourselves. We manage to get caught up in all the drama, politics and nonsense of life and we forget where our true focus should actually lie. Let's be honest, we become distracted at the drop of a dime with our ADD issues and procrastination problems. The real issue is these small distractions manage to get bigger and bigger and, in the process, we lose ourselves and what we really want out of life. You should be a little selfish.
We all want to be liked and appreciated for our many talents, our ferocious intelligence, our good nature, our sparkling personality. But when we start to rely on what other people think of us, and we make their opinion pivotal to our success, we get into trouble. We start tailoring our lives to fit the expectations of others, and from there it's a vicious cycle.
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