Worry does nothing to improve the situation about which you are worried.
Worry does not help you think more clearly, it does not help you formulate a plan, and it certainly does not help you take decisive action towards a solution for your worry.
Worry just keeps you stuck, trapped in a cycle of inaction and rumination.
But worrying is merely misdirected energy, and energy is neither bad nor good; it just is.
Once you accept this fact, you have a decision to make.
You can either remain trapped in your cycle of worry and inaction, a victim of the energy that overtakes you.
Or you can harness and channel that energy into something positive, productive, and useful.
If you chose the latter, if you redirect this energy outward into constructive action, you have discovered a superpower.