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WHY WORRY - For a great day out!!

Coromandel Fishing

Enjoy the sheer exhilaration of powering across the water to your fishing destination, aboard one of Coromandel's most powerful charter boats. When you've worked up an appetite, dine aboard on exquisite food prepared in the galley.

It's your day out so why compromise with any old out of date, slow charter boat or an undersized boat where you are crammed in shoulder to shoulder which could be embarrassing if its a corporate day out or you are entertaining clients.

Coromandel Fishing

We place huge importance in making our crew feel at home. A good day on our boat is about more than just catching fish, it's about feeling that you are part of the crew, not just a fare paying passenger. We have groups of all ability and experience charter the boat and whilst we are happy if people are able to take care of their own tangles and set up their own rods, we never mind helping our crew out. We love fishing and when we charter the boat out for the day we will fish using the same techniques as we would fish if we were going to sea alone.

So if you are thinking to charter a boat... You have found the best charter boat out in Coromandel. With around 400km of coastline and over 100 offshore islands, The Coromandel is one of New Zealand's favourite marine playgrounds. Of course, we can't guarantee the size of your catch but we do promise a great day and a very warm welcome. Please contact us for more details.

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Why Worry Quotes

  • Worrying about it takes precious time and attention away from your priorities and increases your feelings of dissatisfaction about life.
  • If you believe that feeling bad or worrying long enough will change a past or future event, then you are residing on another planet with a different reality system.
  • Don't worry about how much money you have and how you are going to spend it. Worry about how much love you have, that way, you can spend your life happily.
  • Action is worry's worst enemy.
  • I try to only worry about things I have control over.
  • Worrying is like a rocking chair, it gives you something to do, but it doesn't get you anywhere.
  • The only thing you will ever accomplish by worrying is to elevate your stress levels.
  • Worry never robs tomorrow of its sorrow, it only saps today of its joy.
  • What's the use of worrying? It never was worthwhile, so pack up your troubles in your old kit-bag, and smile, smile, smile.
  • Worry is a thin stream of fear trickling through the mind. If encouraged, it cuts a channel into which all other thoughts are drained.
  • Don't think of problems as difficulties. Think of them as opportunities for action.
  • After you've done your best to deal with a situation, avoid speculating about the outcome. Forget it and go onto the next thing.
  • Keep busy. Keep the 24 hours of your day filled with these three ingredients: work, recreation, and sleep. Don't allow yourself time for abstract thinking.
  • Don't concern yourself with things you can't do anything about. Armchair generals don't win battles, but they do have nervous breakdowns.
  • For the time being anyway, eliminate daydreaming completely. Stop building air castles.
  • Don't procrastinate. Putting off an unpleasant task until tomorrow simply gives you more time for your imagination to make a mountain out a possible molehill. More time for anxiety to sap your self-confidence. Do it now, brother, do it now.
  • Don't pour woes and anxieties to other people. You don't want their sympathy - it'll merely make it easy for you to feel sorrier for yourself.
  • Get up as soon as you wake up. If you lie in bed, you may use up as much nervous energy living your day in advance as you would in actual accomplishment of the day's work.
  • Try to arrange your schedule so that you will not have to hurry. Hurry, a blood brother to worry, helps shatter poise and self-confidence, and contributes to fear and anxiety.
  • If a project seems too big, break it up into simple steps of action. Then negotiate those steps-link rungs in a ladder...one at a time. And don't allow yourself to think about the difficulties of step number two until you've executed step number one.
  • If there be no remedy, why worry? I have no regrets. I wouldn't have lived my life the way I did if I was going to worry about what people were going to say.
  • Don't hurry. Don't worry. You're only here for a short visit. So don't forget to stop and smell the roses.
  • It is the little bits of things that fret and worry us; we can dodge an elephant, but we can't dodge a fly.
  • Loans and debts make worry and frets.
  • When I look back on all the worries I remember the story of the old man who said on his deathbed that he had a lot of trouble in his life, most of which never happened.
  • As a cure for worrying, work is better than whiskey. Once a decision was made I did not worry about it afterward.
  • Ninety percent of the things we tend to worry about we have no control over, so why worry about them? Don't tell me that worry doesn't do any good. I know better. The things I worry about don't happen.

 

WHY WORRY WHEN

- 40% will never happen, for anxiety is the result of a tired mind,
- 30% concerns old decisions which cannot be altered,
- 12% centers in criticism, mostly untrue, made by people who feel inferior,
- 10% is related to my health which worsens while I worry, and only
- 8% is "legitimate", showing that life does have real problems which may be met head-on when I have eliminated senseless worries