Stress Managment Quiz 9 pg 12

Stress Managment Quiz 9 pg 12 - There are no guarantees...

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Remaining are the Quadrant I worries. As we've said before, these worries are important to you and there is something you can do to influence events relative to these worries. Now that you've isolated Quadrant I worries from the others—others that aren't important anyhow, or if they are, can't be influenced—you can focus upon what is really important and about which you can do something. The other worries are no longer clouding the picture. Next, you need to choose each of the Quadrant I worries separately and devise a plan to exert the control you stated you had. This will increase the likelihood they will turn out the way you desire.
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Unformatted text preview: There are no guarantees that what you are worried about will turn out the way you'd like it to. However, you can increase the probability that it will work out as you choose. At least you know that doing something is better than doing nothing! Spend a few moments to determine how best to exert the control you stated you had over Quadrant I worries. Now go about putting your plan into operation. You'll see how much better you'll feel and how much less worried you'll be. 124 gre06755_ch09.qxd 5/5/05 1:50 PM Page 124...
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This note was uploaded on 11/21/2011 for the course CLP 4183 taught by Professor Nancyschwartz during the Fall '11 term at UNF.

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