Many people spend a lot of time worrying. The strange thing is that they are always worrying about something or someone of which they have no control.
You see if you control outcome of your worry, you would, and therefore, you would not need to worry. The key word there is control. When you set a task in motion, you don’t have “total” control of outcome. (I wrote “total” because if you know how to use your mind and your thoughts effectively you can increase “control” that you do have immensely. To learn how to do that go to: http://www.bobgarner.com/10steps.html.
Worry is an emotion. And you can always change your emotions or change your feelings about something or someone. Whatever can be changed can be controlled. Therefore you are in control as to whether or not you worry, doubt, or fear anything.
The problem arises in that when we set out to do a task, we worry about whether or not it will work according to “our” specifications. You have set-up in your mind a certain parameter for which result must fit. If it doesn’t fit that “specific parameter,” then you will feel as if you have failed.
How many times has something not worked out way you “originally” intended and instead you ended up with something far better than you “think” you imagined? (Or did you really imagine that better outcome and forgot?)