Here’s what you’re missing out on if you have debt and it’s causing some anxiety and you just can’t find the ‘OFF’ switch for your overactive mind:
1. You’re missing out on having razor sharp focus
Not being able to think straight is a common symptom of too much anxiety or stress.
This happens because the emotional part of the brain 'swamps' the thinking part.In most situations you want to be able to think clearly. And keeping your 'thinking brain' working actually calms you right down. You’ll do better in your business! End of story!Are you sick of that feeling of unease about something with an uncertain outcome?Within this uncertainty we begin to ‘fear’ what might go wrong and think of the worst case scenario. And then we add fuel to the fire, and add, and add…Click here to find out how to easily stop ‘scenario building’
2. You’re missing out on having energy to burn
Anxiety robs you of your energy! If you get anxious about cash flow and your outstanding debtors, a tight deadline project with clients who have been slow payers in the past, or an upcoming meeting to discuss the renewal of a large customer’s contract, you'll notice that just thinking about the situation/event will start to cause physical responses – like a sick feeling in the pit of your stomach, quickening pulse, palms getting moist, mind starting to ruminate on auto, breathing more quickly and so on. So even thinking about slow payers, the work to be done, the challenging meeting ahead or the possible bad debtor primes your body to become even more anxious in the actual situation and so the vicious cycle continues. This leaves you feeling drained, often lethargic and tired out! And the last thing you feel like tackling is your list of people who owe you money. If you lack energy and don’t have great get up and go then this is a signal that something’s draining your batteries! And remember, anxiety is a thief! Much like a slow payer! Click Here For Your Free Educational Series:‘ The 3 Common Mistakes Men In Business Make -mistakes that keep them stuck in the anxiety trap!
3. You’re missing out on having closer relationships
When you’re dealing with anxiety, which is an inner game, you can’t be ‘present, you’re not ‘living in the here and now’. And debt plays on your mind. Often someone will say that they can mask their anxiety and that nobody knows. This kind of thinking is actually most un-useful. The people around you, your colleagues, your partner, family or friends can tell when you’re not with them…they can feel it when you’re living inside your own mind and can see your inattention to what’s actually going on.