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In this fast-paced world filled with constant self-doubt and self-criticism, learning to talk to yourself in a positive manner is crucial for maintaining mental well-being. Empower your inner dialogue. Words have power. And that power applies to yourself too. Desire to be supported and encouraged by other like-minded women? Join us at Women of IMPACT. https://createyournow.mn.co  For whatever reason, people think that it's the words that are only spoken. But the ones that are said inside your head have a greater impact. According to research conducted by the National Science Foundation, the average person has about 12,000 to 60,000 thoughts per day. Of those, 80% are negative and 95% are repetitive thoughts from the previous day. This statistic highlights the significant impact our thoughts and internal dialogue have on our mental well-being and overall outlook on life. Transforming negative self-talk into positive affirmations can lead to improved self-esteem, reduced stress levels, and increased mental resilience. But that means you have to intentionally think on a different level. What would it mean to hear only uplifting and positive things in your own head? Would that change how you look at your day? If you want to have a better attitude and overall well-being, engage in positive conversation. The K.I.S.S. ~ Engage in positive conversation! What you say matters. And what you think about, you bring about. 1. Practice self-compassion. Instead of berating yourself for mistakes or flaws, treat yourself with kindness and understanding. Speak to yourself with the same compassion you would offer a friend facing a difficult situation. When you make a mistake, acknowledge it without judgment, and remind yourself that everyone is imperfect. Incorporate this into your daily routine by starting each morning with a positive affirmation, such as "I am deserving of love and respect." 2. Engage in positive self-affirmations. Use uplifting phrases to reinforce your self-worth and capabilities. Remind yourself of your strengths and talents, focusing on what makes you unique and special. Incorporate these affirmations into your daily life by repeating them during moments of self-doubt or anxiety. For example, if you are feeling overwhelmed at work, silently affirm, "I am competent and able to handle any challenge that comes my way." 3. Practice gratitude towards yourself. Recognize and appreciate the efforts you make, no matter how small they may seem. Acknowledge your achievements and progress, celebrating even the tiniest victories. By expressing gratitude towards yourself, you cultivate a sense of self-worth and confidence. Incorporate this practice into your daily routine by keeping a gratitude journal, listing three things you are grateful for about yourself each day. Remember, the way you speak to yourself matters. By incorporating self-compassion, positive affirmations, and gratitude into your inner dialogue, you can transform your self-talk from negative to empowering. "Words have power; use them wisely to uplift and inspire yourself." "Be present. Be incredible. Be YOU!!!"   #MindsetMonday #CreateYourNow #PersonalDevelopment 🔔 Desire to be supported and encouraged by other like-minded women? Join us at Women of IMPACT. https://createyournow.mn.co TAKE A.I.M. ~ Action Ignites Motivation  - This is a complimentary (FREE) coaching call with me. You will discuss your specific situation while gaining tools and strategies to move you forward. (https://form.jotform.com/62988215824163) 🙏  Create Your Now TV on Pray.com (https://pray.com) 🎥  Create Your Now on YouTube (https://youtube.com/createyournow) 🎧 Create Your Now on Spotify, Pandora, and Audible. 🎶  Create Your Now on iHeart Radio (http://www.iheart.com/show/263-Create-Your-Now-Your-Best/) ✍️  YourBestSelfie@CreateYourNow.com  Instagram
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In this fast-paced world filled with constant self-doubt and self-criticism, learning to talk to yourself in a positive manner is crucial for maintaining mental well-being. Empower your inner dialogue. Words have power. And that power applies to yourself too. Desire to be supported and encouraged by other like-minded women? Join us at Women of IMPACT . https://createyournow.mn.co   For whatever reason, people think that it's the words that are only spoken. But the ones that are said inside your head have a greater impact. According to research conducted by the National Science Foundation, the average person has about 12,000 to 60,000 thoughts per day. Of those, 80% are negative and 95% are repetitive thoughts from the previous day. This statistic highlights the significant impact our thoughts and internal dialogue have on our mental well-being and overall outlook on life. Transforming negative self-talk into positive affirmations can lead to improved self-esteem, reduced stress levels, and increased mental resilience. But that means you have to intentionally think on a different level. What would it mean to hear only uplifting and positive things in your own head? Would that change how you look at your day? If you want to have a better attitude and overall well-being, engage in positive conversation. The K.I.S.S. ~ Engage in positive conversation! What you say matters. And what you think about, you bring about. 1. Practice self-compassion. Instead of berating yourself for mistakes or flaws, treat yourself with kindness and understanding. Speak to yourself with the same compassion you would offer a friend facing a difficult situation. When you make a mistake, acknowledge it without judgment, and remind yourself that everyone is imperfect. Incorporate this into your daily routine by starting each morning with a positive affirmation, such as "I am deserving of love and respect." 2. Engage in positive self-affirmations. Use uplifting phrases to reinforce your self-worth and capabilities. Remind yourself of your strengths and talents, focusing on what makes you unique and special. Incorporate these affirmations into your daily life by repeating them during moments of self-doubt or anxiety. For example, if you are feeling overwhelmed at work, silently affirm, "I am competent and able to handle any challenge that comes my way." 3. Practice gratitude towards yourself. Recognize and appreciate the efforts you make, no matter how small they may seem. Acknowledge your achievements and progress, celebrating even the tiniest victories. By expressing gratitude towards yourself, you cultivate a sense of self-worth and confidence. Incorporate this practice into your daily routine by keeping a gratitude journal, listing three things you are grateful for about yourself each day. Remember, the way you speak to yourself matters. By incorporating self-compassion, positive affirmations, and gratitude into your inner dialogue, you can transform your self-talk from negative to empowering. "Words have power; use them wisely to uplift and inspire yourself." "Be present. Be incredible. Be YOU!!!"   #MindsetMonday #CreateYourNow #PersonalDevelopment 🔔 Desire to be supported and encouraged by other like-minded women? Join us at  Women of IMPACT . https://createyournow.mn.co TAKE A.I.M. ~ Action Ignites Motivation  - This is a complimentary (FREE) coaching call with me. You will discuss your specific situation while gaining tools and strategies to move you forward. ( https://form.jotform.com/62988215824163 ) 🙏  Create Your Now TV on Pray.com ( https://pray.com ) 🎥  Create Your Now on YouTube ( https://youtube.com/createyournow ) 🎧 Create Your Now on Spotify, Pandora, and Audible. 🎶  Create Your Now on iHeart Radio ( http://www.iheart.com/show/263-Create-Your-Now-Your-Best/ ) ✍️  YourBestSelfie@CreateYourNow.com   Instagram @CreateYourNow @KristianneWargo Twitter @KristianneWargo @CreateYourNow Facebook www.facebook.com/TheKISSCoach www.facebook.com/CreateYourNow   Cover Art by  Jenny Hamson Photo by Canva.com   Music by  Mandisa  - Overcomer http://www.mandisaofficial.com Song ID: 68209 Song Title: Overcomer Writer(s): Ben Glover, Chris Stevens, David Garcia Copyright © 2013 Meaux Mercy (BMI) Moody Producer Music (BMI) One Songs (ASCAP) Ariose Music (ASCAP) Universal Music -  Brentwood Benson Publ. (ASCAP) D Soul Music (ASCAP) (adm. at CapitolCMGPublishing.com) All rights reserved. Used by permission. leer más leer menos

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