The Things You Say
We don’t always pay attention to the conversations around us. When we get bored or think we’ve heard it all before we tend to tune out, catching only one word in a dozen. We fake out the person we’re with, nodding and catching the gist. Sometimes we even get away with it.
While this might be okay when the conversation isn’t important, there comes a time when you know you ought to be listening. If you’re talking to someone who matters to you, whose opinion counts, you probably want to listen up…especially when the one doing the talking is you.
We don’t always listen to our own self-talk. We tend to tune ourselves out, figuring it’s all the “same old same old.” After a while, we might not be hearing it anymore. This becomes a real problem when the self-talk turns negative.
Negative self-talk is what holds us back. It keeps us from accomplishing the things we could and can affect our health if it goes on long enough. On the other hand, positive self-talk is what gets us where we want to go. It boosts us when we need a jolt to set us into motion. It inspires and enables us to get to where we want to go.
In this package, you’re going to find a discussion of both positive and negative self-talk. You’re going to discover just why it is we get so negative and how to flip the script, to change self-talk over to the positive. Once you’re done, you’re never going to ignore what you’ve been trying to tell yourself ever again, nor will you allow yourself to fall into the trap of negative self-talk when you’ve got the powerful positivity of an inner dialogue designed to inspire in your arsenal.
The Real World
How we say things makes a big difference in the response we get.
We must take control of and responsibility for our own emotions and behavior. We all have hot buttons and soft spots that make us more likely to react to certain things. In addition, there are people and issues that can cause a negative or over-the-top reaction in us.
On the other side of the coin, some people are jerks that are intentionally say and do things they know will push our buttons.
Study the concepts in this report. It can help you become a better communicator!