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Watch Your Language

***************************************Watch Your Language!by Sue Dyson***************************************I am about to present to you a very valuable and often overlooked key to success. What we ...

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Watch Your Language!
by Sue Dyson
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I am about to present to you a very valuable and often overlooked key to success. What we say about ourselves will determine how we are, or what we shall become. You may have heard it over and over again, but it bears repeating. Just because we have read
something doesnít mean we know it, let alone have integrated it into our lives.

Our thoughts become our words become our actions become our reality. Itís that simple. And that complex.

Saying something negative about yourself does two things.

1. You come to believe it and thus, live it

And

2. It confuses the heck out of the Universe - especially if you have been expressing your desire for the opposite.

Our success depends on our increasing awareness of how we speak about ourselves. Rather than expressing a negative thought that pops up, consider replacing it with a positive affirmation.

Let me give you 6 examples where this can make a difference. You may laugh at some of these, but I think youíll get the idea!

Instead of : "I am so out of shape"
Say: "I am strong and healthy"

Instead of: "I am an emotional wreck"
Say: "I accept my emotional challenges, knowing I am growing"

Instead of: "Iím a loser with no friends"
Say: "I value my alone time as a chance to know myself better"

Instead of: "Iím stupid"
Say: "I learn something new everyday"

Instead of: "Iím broke all the time"
Say: "I choose to spend my financial resources wisely"

Instead of: "I hate myself" (uh-oh)
Say: "I love myself"

Now, with affirmations, they may *feel* silly at first, but you donít need to say them out loud for them to work. Said consistently, the positive affirmation becomes a belief. This
belief will cause you to act in a certain way. This new action becomes your *new*, desired and wired for successArticle Submission, reality.

So what are you really saying about yourself?

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR


Sue Dyson, a stay at home mom to three children and one large dog, publishes SuccessfulMama Ezine, offering down to
earth tips and resources to help moms balance personal goals with the craziness of motherhood.
Visit http://www.SuccessfulMama.com



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