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I believe the quote still applies then:
If you can do something about the problem, then you presumably don’t have to worry about the negative repercussions (because they can be avoided).
If you can’t do anything about the problem, then there’s no *use* in worrying about the *initial* problem. Instead, those “negative repercussions” become the new problem, and you apply the same logic again – can I deal with this? If so, there’s nothing to sweat about it. If not, then something else will happen, and I’ll work out a way to deal with *that*.
Did I do well in that interview? If I did, then there’s no reason for me to be worried – I did my best, everything is out of my hands now. If not, then there’s no *point* in me worrying about it, because that option is closed to me for now – instead, I’ll simply apply somewhere else and see how that goes.