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Do you ever find yourself worrying about things that haven't even happened yet?

Hey there! 👋

Do you stress about the future, even though it's not here yet? Well, you're not alone. Most of us suffer more in our imagination than in reality.🤯

I once spent an entire week worrying about a presentation that I had to give. I imagined all sorts of things going wrong, but when it came time to actually present, everything went smoothly.

According to a study published in the journal Science, our brains are wired to imagine the worst-case scenario. It's a survival mechanism that helped our ancestors avoid danger. But in today's world, it can cause unnecessary stress and anxiety.

So next time you catch yourself worrying about the future, take a deep breath and remind yourself that things usually turn out better than we imagine. 🤠

👊(Take it from someone who has tried and tested it. Just this simple reminder solved 60% of my problems).

So save this email as a reminder to not suffer more than what you should.

Until next time, keep a positive eye!

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Stay Awesome 😁

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