How to change the internal story that you tell yourself so you can create an empowering self image, self talk and belief system to help you overcome enormous challenges, setbacks and disappointments. How to develop an attitude of gratitude and appreciate where you are in life, even when it seems like you’re thousands of miles from coming close to achieving your dreams.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss two different emails from two different viewers. In the first email the viewer is in his early twenties and considers himself a good looking guy who never had trouble getting women. However, a year and a half ago he was paralyzed from the waist down in a car accident. He asks what he can do to overcome his problems. I mention Sean Stephenson who is under three feet tall and can’t walk due to his numerous physical disabilities, as a good role model for him.
In the second email I discuss an email from a viewer who got an email from his girlfriend of over a year who he plans on marrying. She is obviously is not feeling like he loves her like he once did and he is stunned she sent him such an email and does not understand what it means about their relationship.
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“Changing the way you look at things will change the things you look at and focus on for the better. You get what you focus on in life. What you focus on expands. Most people have a negative story and self image that they continually tell themselves. They therefore are always looking for the reasons why things won’t work out for them, they have bad luck, people won’t like them, they won’t get what they want, etc. Become aware of your own internal self-talk and ask better quality questions: What’s good about this? How can I use this? How can I learn from this? How can this make me a better person? What can I focus on and be grateful for? What’s working in my life?” ~ Coach Corey Wayne