#021 – How to Talk to Yourself (The Now Habit Pt 4) [Podcast]

We continue our discussion on procrastination by discussing the issue of how to talk to yourself. Want to know what a person really believes and feels? Listen to what they talk about. Our speech reveals our deepest beliefs. Can we use this to our advantage to overcome procrastination?

How to Talk to Yourself

How to Talk to Yourself

In short … YES.  But, it isn’t an easy path or journey. It requires careful analysis of what we actually are telling ourselves, and diligence to replace those thoughts with ones that push us toward our potential. In this episode, we dig deep into overcoming a victim mentality and establishing a producer-mentality in our lives.

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“How to Talk to Yourself” Show Notes

In this episode, I share on the following topics:

  • Listener feedback
  • Review of the previous episode
  • Why what we say matters
  • The stressful “have to’s”
  • The depressing “should’s”
  • The THIRD reaction to life … CHOICE
  • A practical example: Getting gas for the car
  • 5 statements that fuel procrastination … and what thoughts are good to replace them with

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