What Is Anxiety
Costing You, By
Emotional Scientist Dr.
Anxiety is a common emotion in modern times - and for many people,
it's enough to impact their quality of life, preventing them from being
the productive, joyful people they are meant to be.
According to the Anxiety &
Depression Association of America,
40 million Americans suffer from an
anxiety disorder, which is nearly 1
out of every 5 adults.
Dr. Tracy Thomas, PhD, the world's first Emotional Scientist, renowned
psychologist, and Wall Street Journal best-selling author of The Commitments:
A Step-by-Step Guide to Personal Transformation, says,
Although people are familiar with symptoms of anxiety –
such as feeling on edge, difficulty concentrating, chronic
fear and worry – they often aren’t aware of the
repercussions financially, in terms of what they lose in
productivity, and what they can gain being at their utmost
"The cost of anxiety is that it's lowering their functionality,
performance, productivity, output, income, interpersonal capacity,
relational capacity, concentration and follow-through capacity.”
“If a person has been experiencing anxiety 10 hours
a day for 10 years, that would be approximately
36,000 hours, which could be costing a person $10
an hour in lost productivity while they are in struggle.
That adds up to $364,000 over a decade, and for
most people, the cost would be far more.
On the other hand, when a person is free of anxiety, they are
able to be productive and focused.
“That means being able operate at top
functionality, with the ability to have an
intention, focus on it, carry it out, create an
outcome, an income, a result for themselves
and others all the way across the board,”
This is why Thomas’ emotional training program is so effective. She and
her team routinely work with influential, high-impact individuals to help
them replace anxiety with productivity and mastery of their craft.
“Instead of anxious, you're feeling productive.
When you get rid of that expense, you now
have a g