How often do you worry?
The research says about 3-4 times per day.
So, for at least three times per day, you’re putting your focus on something that’s causing stress, anxiety, and a slew of other negative psychological and physiological effects.
I know all about worry. It’s run circles around my family for generations, so I’ve had to put in some serious work to break those strongholds.
In today’s 5-Minute Drill, I’m going to show you a reliable way to shift past your worries. Your desired future depends on it.
If you want to consistently have the upper hand when it comes to the worries in your life, then make sure to lock in to today’s Drill.
LET’S GET IT!
[00:01 – 08:50] Opening Segment
- J.R. shares interesting facts and stats around worry and what it does to your mind and body
[08:51 – 15:51] What’s The Drill?
STEP 1: Grab a piece of paper and make two columns (or make two columns on something like a Google doc).
STEP 2: In Column 1: List out all the common things you worry about and the negative things you’re meditating on.
STEP 3: In Column 2: Next to each worry – match it with a Bible verse that speaks to it.
STEP 4: Commit to reviewing this DAILY. Visualize yourself going through the WHAT IFs in a way that’s backed by truth, prayer, and positive movement.
And when things come up in your WHAT IF column, and you start to worry…employ the verses. Meditate on them. Speak them out loud. Use them as your positive performance phrase. Then finish with prayer and keep…moving…forward.
[15:52 – 17:03] Wrapping Up!
- What’s coming up on the next episode
- Final words
“Faith isn’t just believing God can do something. It isn’t just hoping God will do something. Faith is thanking God in advance that he’s already doing it.” – J.R.
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