When I was a child, I used to talk to my favourite doll and she talked to me as well.

When I talked to her I didn’t make up works, I used real words and she understood me completely.

We used to have very deep conversations, well as deep a conversation as child and her doll could have.

How about you? Did you use to talk to your favourite toy when you were a child?

I think it’s safe to say that at one moment in your childhood you talked to your doll or your favourite toy and perhaps most of you used real words instead of made-up ones.

Then you grew up; you naturally stopped talking to your toys and started talking to others. Perhaps then you were taught what to say to the other and how to say it.

Perhaps you repeated the process of what to say and how to say it so many times that it became a habit. It became unconscious.

Perhaps in time, you realised that the words you were using were alien to you even when speaking your own language. You knew the meaning of each word but it felt it wasn’t your own.

Perhaps in not recognising these words as your own, you stopped recognising your own voice.

If that’s the case, then you should start talking to others like you used to talk to your favourite toy, so you recognise your own words as well as your own voice.

Let’s take action right now.

Say what you want to say and how you want to say it using words that come from within you. Use words that have true meaning to you, not just dictionary meaning.

Use words that have an emotional meaning to you.

Use words that deeply touch you, move you, and inspire you when talking to others.

Only then you will know your own language and most importantly you will know your own voice.

If at this very moment you cannot recognise your own words or your own voice then get in touch with me.

Go on my website and sign up for a Free Consultation.

I’m here to support you.

Please share this blog with others so they can use their own words and their own voice.