Motivational inspirational words
Note to Self: Only use words that motivate, encourage and support you.
We all have an internal dialogue and without exception we all have a little voice inside that talks to us, all the time.
Here is a question:
What does this little voice tell you?
You need to pay attention to what this voice is telling you.
Is this little voice, when talking to you use words that motivate you, encourage you and support you?
Do these words motivate you to keep you going?
Do these words support you when life does not go according to plan?
Do these words encourage to change what needs changing?
Do they encourage you to change your mind, or to correct your mistakes?
Or perhaps not.
If what your internal voice tells you is not to motivate, encourage and support you then you need to change it.
The good news is that you are in absolute control of your internal voice and only you can change it.
You may even be thinking right now that it’s impossible and if it is possible, it’s hard work, you don’t know how to do it and perhaps you don’t think you can do it.
You can do it. It may take some time to do it, but in time it becomes automatic, it becomes unconscious, just like a habit.
What’s the alternative if you choose not to change your internal dialogue?
If you choose to keep a negative internal dialogue it can be costly, because it can cost you your dreams.
So, make a note to yourself: What is this voice telling you?
“I can do it,” “I want to do it,” “I am doing it.”
If this is what your voice telling you, great. If not then change it to these sentences or anything that motivates, supports and encourages you.
The voice in your head is synonymous of what you believe about yourself.
Therefore, they need to resonate with you and with what you want to achieve.
That’s why you should use words that motivate, encourage and support you.
Let’s take action right now.
Let’s do an exercise that requires your attention for at least the first few times you do it.
Choose a place where you feel safe, supported and grounded, or in other words, perhaps this place is anywhere in your house where you are sitting in a comfortable chair and your feet are on the floor.
Now close your eyes and imagine you can see a bubble right in front of you.
Put the negative voice in the bubble and move the bubble to the top of your head.
Make the bubble float away, far away, so far away that you cannot hear the negative voice any longer.
Now get a new bubble and make it float right above your head.
In this new bubble put the voice you want to hear; anything that motivates you supports you and encourages you.
For example I can do it, I want to do it, I am doing it or anything that resonates with you.
When you have it, adjust the sound so it is loud and clear and comfortable for you.
Now slowly float the bubble inside your head and listen to what it is saying to you.
Feel the vibration of your own voice through your whole body.
Your own voice motivates, supports and encourages you.
Repeat this exercise as often as you need until all you can hear is your own positive voice.
If you are thinking that this is hard work or that you won’t be able to do it, then let’s have a chat.
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