Troubles ahead cause us to worry. Whether they’re challenges to overcome, an arduous journey to embark on, or problems to solve. In an attempt to plan ahead, worries might arise, and that’s fine.
The troubles start when momentarily too many worries accumulate. Our mind RAM gets overloaded, and if we’re unsuccessful at decreasing the dimensionality of the problem, we might get stuck in analysis paralysis.
Now you’re stuck with a sequence of contingent worries. However, there is a big chance that the second worry in line might no longer be relevant once the first worry gets tackled.
Worry, one worry at a time.