Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me. Most of us sang this nursery_rhyme without realising quite what the words meant. Unfortunately the words did hurt and we embedded them into our subconscious and made them real. How to recreate your life story starts now and lets you put the words from the past in the past where they belong. Your future awaits you and is ready when you know how to recreate your life story.
Words have great power, written and spoken! Words create your thoughts and these thoughts have influence on your future. Think of a time when you were tired and more you complained about being tired the worse you felt. Now think of a time when despite being tired, you were inspired enough to continue the task you were doing, and because you were not constantly telling yourself you were tired then you actually created your own motivation. Before you knew it the task was complete and you found energy you didn’t know you had.
We all have the ability to learn how to recreate our life story. You just have to start where you are, learn some new tools and keep going. Sign up here to get your free copy of ‘Speaking Your Future’ and learn more about the power of words.
I will leave you with another childhood classic story about the little engine that could. “I think I can, I know I can was the mantra it said to get up a mountain. The motivation to encourage himself was to first ‘think’ that he could do it and then powerfully changing it ‘I know I can’ using this self-talk helps to raise our confidence. Remind yourself that your words have meaning and power. You can chose what you say and what energy your words have. To learn how to recreate your life story take a look at what Tiny Buddha has to offer.
Be inspired to be the best you can be.