Man Stuff: Are You A Warrior Or A Worrier?

Written by Doug Giles on February 20, 2013

Screen Shot 2013-02-20 at 9.35.42 AMThese two words look like the same word when you quickly glance at them but the definitions behind them couldn’t be more different.

Warrior – a man engaged or experienced in warfare

Worrier – to feel or express great care or anxiety

The Difference Between a Warrior and a Worrier

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Worriers focus on all the possibilities of all the things that can go wrong.

Warriors focus on how to overcome any potential obstacles that could come their way.

Since our lives follow our dominating mental thoughts, the worrier will manifest their own misfortunes.

While the warrior will manifest confidence to overcome any obstacle that comes their way.

Worriers give up when the going gets tough because they don’t believe in themselves.

Warriors believe they can do anything they desire because they believe in their abilities.

One of my favorite all time quotes is from Henry Ford. “Whether you believe you can, or whether you believe you can’t. You are right.

In this case they are both right. The worrier can’t achieve, while the warrior can achieve.

Worriers run away from challenges because they are afraid of challenges.

Warriors look for challenging opportunities because they get inspired by challenges.

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