Personal Power is not talking badly about others...or yourself.
We heard it all our lives: If you don't have something nice to say, don't say anything at all. We know it, too, that negative attracts more negative just as positive attracts more positive.
Which doesn't mean we haven't slipped at times. We are, after all, human. We get frustrated with someone, and we vent.
For most of us, the person who gets the brunt of negative talk is likely ourself.
Do you find yourself engaging in negative self talk?
For example, if you went to a party and find yourself muttering to yourself after it, "Why did I say that? He/she/they probably thought I was stupid." Or looking in the mirror and criticizing some part of your body or how you look in your clothes? Or being in a work meeting and pointing out mentally to yourself how you don't measure up to someone else?
It can be very subtle the ways we can talk badly about ourself. We may not even catch ourself doing it.
But here's your chance:
I want you to challenge yourself today: Be UBER aware of your internal language, and whenever you catch yourself saying something negative about / to yourself, throw up an internal STOP! sign.
Write a post-it to remind yourself, write on your hand (inside so it's hidden), or wear a special bracelet that you can snap when you catch yourself in the act.
Then, report in. How many times did you catch yourself in the act?
Did you notice any particular instance when it occurred more often?
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