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Worry and business A client of mine once described worrying as something a person does when he feels he isn’t in control of his destiny. Businesses can grow on creating productive ventures, working with others, solving problems, reaching goals, and taking care of others on your team. Businesses can falter and become painful when concerns and worries exceed productive collaborative work. For example, business partners can worry to the point of reduced intelligence, problem solving and working together.