the most effective habits and strategies for squelching worry
They're more willing to take chances
While worriers have a hard time making decisions -- they take a long time because they can become crippled by all the potential negative outcomes -- non-worriers are more willing to test out solutions to a problem even if a bad outcome is possible, Moser says. In that same vein, non-worriers are also more flexible in the way they think about things, so they don't get stuck in a negative thinking rut.
willing to 情愿的；
He is always eager for new experiences and ever-willing to experiment.
He was willing to make any sacrifice for peace.
Young workers are more willing to desert jobs they don't like.