Power Up With Positive Self Talk

Positive Self Talk

What are you telling yourself?

Everyone engages in self-talk. You talk to yourself all day long. As America’s #1 Mental Fitness Coach I have to remind my clients that what you say to yourself on a regular basis has a profound affect on your overall life.

What Are You Saying to Yourself?

Do you engage in positive self talk or do you find yourself saying things like, “Urgh, I’m late again,” or “It would be just like me to mess up this presentation?”

If that sound like you wouldn’t you rather hear, “I did a fantastic job on that project,” or “My clothes are fitting better now that I’m exercising more?”

You Can Power Up Your Life with Positive Self Talk

Mastering the art of positive self talk means you choose to speak positively to yourself. As you gain more skill at this you’ll feel empowered and excited about your life.

The results of engaging in positive self talk will be you are happier, you’ll work harder at achieving your goals, and you’ll feel better about yourself.

Put Positive Self Talk to Work for You Today!

Your self-talk affects everything that you do. It influences what you believe about yourself and how you’ll behave in the future.

So learning how to consistently use positive self talk is vital to your success!

To get quick results use these 5 positive self talk techniques:

1. Keep Your Self Talk Grounded in Reality

Your subconscious mind won’t believe things it knows aren’t true. So don’t try lying to yourself.

If you know a work project you completed could have been done better, acknowledge this to yourself. Then think about what you could do differently in the future.

Part of making progress and improving in life is being genuine with yourself about what you’re doing. Positive self talk involves using your experience to make your life better. Just remember to be kind to yourself.

2. Avoid Being Self -Critical  

While you do need to be honest with yourself, it is important to do it in a helpful and informative way.

Using the example above, instead of saying, “I messed up,” acknowledge your decision to perform to a higher standard. Remind yourself how you’ll respond better in the future.

For example, tell yourself, “I would have liked to done a better job on this project. The next time I’ll finish a day early so that I can check my work more thoroughly.”

3.  Stay Positive

Negative self talk doesn’t help you or anyone else. In fact, negative self talk is simply self-sabotage.

You believe what is repeated. If you tell yourself the same negative things over and over, you start to believe them.

Decide to always engage in positive self talk.

4. Look for What You Did Right

Do you find yourself constantly making comments like “Why did I do that?” or “That was dumb”?

You do that because you’ve trained your subconscious mind to look for what you’ve done wrong. * Instead, start training your subconscious mind to look for what you’ve done right.

You might tell yourself, “At least I thought the situation through and believed I was doing the right thing. I did my best. Next time, I’ll do things a little differently.”

5. Remember to be Nice to You

If you find that you’re talking to yourself in a negative manner in the moment say “cancel, cancel” and then think of something nice to say to you.

You need to be nice to you. When you show a caring attitude toward yourself, you feel better and you’ll perform better.

Use these Positive Self Talk Substitutions

Instead of saying, “Nothing I do ever turns out right,” say “cancel, cancel” and then use, “I am focused on finding the things that will help me to succeed.”

Rather than saying, “I should have gotten up early to exercise this morning,” say “cancel, cancel” and then tell yourself, “I’ll walk this evening right after work.”

Instead of thinking, “There’s nothing really special about me,” say “cancel, cancel” and then tell yourself, “Everybody has strong points and mine are…”

Start Using these Positive Self Talk Tips Today!

What you say on a regular basis to yourself influence what you believe and the choices you make in life.  To ensure that your self-talk is empowering and encouraging, practice using these 5 positive self talk tips.

Use the power of positive self talk to create the life you desire!


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About the Author

Wil Dieck is America’s #1 Mental Fitness Coach. He is also the founder of Total Mind Therapy©, a system that uses Neuro Emotional Conditioning (NEC)©.

NEC is a system that uses the best of three highly effective processes, Advanced Hypnosis, Neuro Linguistic Programming techniques (NLP) and breathing techniques from Qigong, a Chinese Martial Art, and combines them into one powerful system that can help you make quick and lasting shifts in your thinking, your behavior and, as a result, your life.

His office is located in San Diego,CA.

He has taught hundreds of people in individual and business settings how to use Neuro Emotional Conditioning (NEC)© techniques in both their business and personal lives to develop positive self talk.

Wil is a Master Neuro Linguistic Programming Practitioner (NLP) hypnotherapist and Qigong Practitioner.

Wil is available for individual coaching sessions and group presentations on how to use NEC or hypnosis and Neuro Linguistic Programming techniques to develop positive self talk.

If you are interested in using Neuro Emotional Conditioning (NEC)© techniques to develop positive self talk or for other goals you’d like to achieve then call (619) 293-3255 for your complimentary personalized assessment and action plan. In this session we’ll discuss the goals you wish to achieve and you’ll go away with an action plan packed with information on how to achieve those goals.