NeverWorried is a lifestyle. It is a constant reminder to not overwhelm yourself with stressful thoughts. To deal with all of life’s challenges with a positive attitude. Living the NeverWorried lifestyle will help ensure you are not holding yourself back from achieving your goals. It makes anything seem possible and brings positivity into your life, and those around you. If you define your goals, work hard, and believe in yourself, then you are unstoppable.
A study conducted at Cornell found: “85 percent of what subjects worried about never happened, and with the 15 percent that did happen, 79 percent of subjects discovered either they could handle the difficulty better than expected, or the difficulty taught them a lesson worth learning. This means that 97 percent of what you worry over is not much more than a fearful mind punishing you with exaggerations and misperceptions.”[i]
The American Psychological Association says: “Reducing your stress levels can not only make you feel better right now, but may also protect your health longterm.”[ii]
It’s time to start living life NeverWorried.
The 4 elements of the logo:
• For starters, it's an NW.
• It represents waves or mountains, meaning all seasons, locations and activities.
• It represents the highs and lows that come with life. But ends on a high note.
• Lastly, it is a DNA strand. Meaning the NeverWorried lifestyle is distilled in your genes and the message should be passed on.
NeverWorried is based out of Detroit with the attitude of the City. Our city has seen some rough days and an outsider’s perspective may not shine the best light. But for those who call Detroit their city know, it’s our city and we are unstoppable. Everyone from Detroit has the attitude of NeverWorried.
To spread the message of NeverWorried. To help motivate and inspire dreamers. To not sweat the unknown and take all of life’s challenges with a positive attitude. To help promote artists and athletes from the NeverWorried community.
[i] (Goewey, Don Joseph. The End of Stress: Four Steps to Rewire Your Brain. New York: Atria, 2014. 43. Print.)
[ii] Krantz, D. S., PhD, Thorn, B., PhD, & Kiecolt-Glaser, J., PhD. (n.d.). How Stress Affects Your Health. Retrieved November, 2016, from http://www.apa.org/helpcenter/stress-facts.pdf