The speaker said on a video about relief tips:
You then wanna formulate an action plan. What steps can you take to start to address your worry, and I guarantee you that as soon as you start to get into action around what you are worried about, you are gonna immediately start to feel better.
What I wonder is that the sentence 'What steps can you take to start to address your worry' is correct.
I know the spoken English is not always as grammatically correct as the written English.
But in this case the speaker doesn't speak fast and doesn't seem to make a mistake.
Is it her mistake? or not?
You could watch the part at 1:28.