Parenting — 21 February 2009
Use Your Words, Don’t Let Them Use You

Use your language to help you reach success. How we talk about matters, has a big impact on our chance of achieving success. Here are some tips on how you can use what you say, to help you reach your goals. Use the phrase “that’s not a priority for me” instead of saying something is too expensive. Use the phrase “That’s on my wish list”; instead of saying “I can’t afford it”.

Focus on what you enjoy now, rather than talking about what you don’t have.

By changing these statements, you clarify your goals and priorities, and focus on what you want, as opposed to what you don’t have. Plus you regain your appreciation for the good things you have in your life right now, thus reducing your stress level and improving your morale, giving you more strength to go after the things you want, with renewed vigor. ~Edward Smith

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