Chronic stress is physically and mentally damaging. You have to manage your worry in order to focus on living a happier and more productive life. Worry can be alleviated by thinking realistically about your problems and what you can control, focusing on the present, maintaining positivity, and thinking beyond yourself and your issues. Keep worries at bay by relaxing even before you become tired.
About the Author
Dale Carnegie went from his humble roots in Missouri to becoming an influential public speaker and writer. After college, Carnegie worked in sales and saved up to move to New York City. He worked as an actor before teaching public speaking at the YMCA. His 1936 bestseller How to Win Friends and Influence People remains popular today.