Congratulations! You are about to make a great investment in yourself.
To achieve different results in your life, it is important for you to master your internal dialogue.
On average studies show that 60 – 70% of your self-talk is negative, and most of the time your are not even aware of the subtle negative and self-defeating messages you are telling yourself. Also your mind can’t distinguish between what is real and what is is unreal. So your unedited and automatic thoughts, emotions, habits, and stories you tell yourself, determine your day-to-day outcomes and personal experience.
My questions to you are:
•Do you want to do better? •Are you able to take the time catch yourself during those trigger moments when you start using self-defeating language and implement changes? Drawing on research from positive, cognitive and behavioral psychology you will learn proven strategies to tame your inner critic, calm your fears, most of all test your assumptions, and experience greater confidence. You will learn strategies that have been tested and show to work.
•Discover the events or situations that trigger your inner critic to go into high gear. •Understand how to navigate negative thinking? (And it’s not affirmations) •Learn to use language that doesn’t limit you.•Recognize the value of a growth mindset instead of a victim mindset.•Know the power of stepping into your learning zone and out of your comfort zone.
When you take the time to observe your internal dialogue and replace your habitual responses with better words, thoughts and stories, you will begin to create better results in your life.
We all fight with our internal gremlins but it’s those who choose to honestly self-reflect and then take the bold steps to change their habits who are the ones that experience greater satisfaction, happiness, and emotional well-being.
Small consistent steps can move you forward and propel you on the path to greater success and fulfillment. The next step is yours and I hope you choose to take this course and up your mental game.
“You must learn a new way to think before you can master a new way to be.” Marianne Williamson