My dirty mouth

"Relentless, repetitive self talk is what changes our self image." (Denis E. Waitley)


If you’re anything like me, you’ve got a dirty mouth. Not because you use bad language (although I sometimes definitely do that), but because of how you talk to yourself.

When you make a mistake—what names do you call yourself?

When you lose a deal, or an argument, or even your keys—how do you explain it to yourself?

When your life seems lost, or meaningless, or hopeless—what have you been telling yourself up to that point?

Today, just for today, let’s you and me try to stop cursing…ourselves.

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