What do I mean when I say “You get to keep what you speak”. Well, what I mean is that what you say to yourself and what you think to yourself is very IMPORTANT.
One of the sure ways to FAIL in life is to use words like Frustrated, Overwhelmed, Confused, Stuck and Disappointed - don’t use negative language because it kills everything. Whatever progress you have made if you want to negate all of it just use one of these words above and you will very quickly be back where you have started.
“What you speak becomes your reality”
Tony Robbins use a term "Transformational vocabulary". Did you know that there are nations that do not have a word "WAR" in their dictionary. And guess what, those nations have never had war in their history. Same way if you start changing the way you are talking to yourself and the way you think it will start changing your life and manifesting in your reality.
Instead of using the negative words above why not use phrases like these instead: "I am learning", "I am grateful", "I’m excited that I’m learning and progressing"
And if you are still going to use negative statements then add “and that’s what I want” at the end of your every statement. So if you say something like "I am so disappointed" then add "and that's what I want". I bet you will quickly stop using those negative statements when you will have to say "and that's what I want" at the end of every statement.
Even if things are not going the way you want it to go, use sentences like "I am not perfect but I’m learning" and "I’m not there yet but I will charge at it no matter what".Here is a video where I go into more detail:
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