July 6, 2018

Ep 65: The Worry Bucket

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If you’re a worrier, then listen up because today you are getting a method I use SUCCESSFULLY with clients all the time.

In fact, one client’s husband loved the idea so he was like, “When are you going to start doing that worry bucket thing?”

Worry is a totally unproductive use of your time.

We often think it “does” something about our problems.

OH HELL NO!

Here’s what worry does. Makes you eat, be a bitch to be around, or spin you out getting nothing done that actually CAN help you!

In this podcast I describe the best way for you to handle worry when it strikes.

You do NOT want to miss this one.

If you are in our free Podcast group make sure you talk about this one with your girls. It’s a game changer.

Go to phit.click/podcast to listen to this week’s episode.

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