What if he doesn't like me?
. . . he was never going to be right for me anyway.
What if my colleagues are better than me?
. . . I can learn from them, and become better myself.
What if I can't make the deadline that was given to me?
. . . it was an unrealistic deadline to begin with. Maybe I need to create my own option – one that is realistic, suits me, and gets the job done right.
Are the answers to your what if questions really that bad? They can't be. Plus, worst case scenario is incredibly rare.
It's surprising how quickly what if type thoughts stop bugging you when you choose to answer them, rather than leave the questions unanswered and let one worry bounce to the next.
What if. . . what?