Monitor Your Inner Voice

Check out your internal dialogue  – and accurately predict  brainpower in your day, week, and life.

Monitor your Inner Voice

Research shows how inner discourse holds a mighty influence on mental and emotional health.  Self-talk literally  determines your success opportunities, and predicts your wins.

Does your inner dialogue short circuit or fortify possibilities?

Self-talk that fuels your confidence and frees you to develop and use new talents, takes awareness. How can you sharpen an alertness and upgrade from negative to possibility self-talk before naysaying becomes your self-fulfilling prophecy?

Monitor your inner voice.

Set a timer to ring every hour for one day and at each ring, jot down your specific  thoughts. Count every unchecked negative inner statement and you may be surprised how your inner voice can spell trouble.

Diffuse Flawed Self-Talk to Open New Paths.

1). Run from regrets such as Wish I had … Rather than hold yourself responsible for what’s not always in your control, or for past missteps – reframe your next step forward by asking what if and visualizing the next positive step toward a solution.  When you run past missed chances by focusing on new opportunities – new wisdom  illumines winning opportunities ahead.

2). Avoid it’s-always-been-that-way-thinking, such as, I already do … Rather than default back to your brain’s tired routines, run from ruts  stored and replayed in the basal ganglia, with its propensity for old habits. Break the cycle of rigid routines by overriding  your mental storehouse with inwardly articulated adventures for a life-changing experience.

3). Calm your amygdala with words such as,  what would it look like to act the person I’d like others to see in me today? Because we can tame the brain’s amygdala, we can also monitor for a calm inner voice that builds finer messages to win over life’s difficult situations. To speak possibilities is to reset the default that pulls you down with negative or self-diminishing inner talk.

4). Reverse moods with words such as What if I chased one new initiative with good moods only at the helm? Then fuel your inner conversations  with only words that build new neuron pathways toward a successful  next step toward your newly planned venture.

5). Flip negative assumptions with words such as, If they had it to do again, they’d likely have …Add ideas and inspiration people would come if people sensed your care and support, and felt your forgiveness. Then repeat these words until you react positively to those people, in spite of their behavior.

Act on a new self-talk and your brain simulates positive aspects that run like ticker-tape across our brains and alter self-speaking to winner,, who can expect success in future because you’ve rid your discourse from that never ending pattern of defeat.

Your inner talk changes lives daily, with a simple choice to rewire flawed beliefs about who you are, and speak more about openings to engage the leader you hope to become.

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Monitor Your Inner Voice

Check out your internal dialogue  – and accurately predict  brainpower in your day, week, and life.

Monitor your Inner Voice

Research shows how inner discourse holds a mighty influence on mental and emotional health.  Self-talk literally  determines your success opportunities, and predicts your wins.

Does your inner dialogue short circuit or fortify possibilities?

Self-talk that fuels your confidence and frees you to develop and use new talents, takes awareness. How can you sharpen an alertness and upgrade from negative to possibility self-talk before naysaying becomes your self-fulfilling prophecy?

Monitor your inner voice.

Set a timer to ring every hour for one day and at each ring, jot down your specific  thoughts. Count every unchecked negative inner statement and you may be surprised how your inner voice can spell trouble.

Diffuse Flawed Self-Talk to Open New Paths.

1). Run from regrets such as Wish I had … Rather than hold yourself responsible for what’s not always in your control, or for past missteps – reframe your next step forward by asking what if and visualizing the next positive step toward a solution.  When you run past missed chances by focusing on new opportunities – new wisdom  illumines winning opportunities ahead.

2). Avoid it’s-always-been-that-way-thinking, such as, I already do … Rather than default back to your brain’s tired routines, run from ruts  stored and replayed in the basal ganglia, with its propensity for old habits. Break the cycle of rigid routines by overriding  your mental storehouse with inwardly articulated adventures for a life-changing experience.

3). Calm your amygdala with words such as,  what would it look like to act the person I’d like others to see in me today? Because we can tame the brain’s amygdala, we can also monitor for a calm inner voice that builds finer messages to win over life’s difficult situations. To speak possibilities is to reset the default that pulls you down with negative or self-diminishing inner talk.

4). Reverse moods with words such as What if I chased one new initiative with good moods only at the helm? Then fuel your inner conversations  with only words that build new neuron pathways toward a successful  next step toward your newly planned venture.

5). Flip negative assumptions with words such as, If they had it to do again, they’d likely have …Add ideas and inspiration people would come if people sensed your care and support, and felt your forgiveness. Then repeat these words until you react positively to those people, in spite of their behavior.

Act on a new self-talk and your brain simulates positive aspects that run like ticker-tape across our brains and alter self-speaking to winner,, who can expect success in future because you’ve rid your discourse from that never ending pattern of defeat.

Your inner talk changes lives daily, with a simple choice to rewire flawed beliefs about who you are, and speak more about openings to engage the leader you hope to become.

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