Why people will perceive you how you perceive yourself. Why becoming aware of your internal self-talk, beliefs and how they impact your actions will help you control how others perceive you. Why being true to yourself is the best way to get people to respond to you in the way you want consistently, instead of trying to act or behave differently because of an outcome you want.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss 5 different emails from different viewers who are struggling to do the right things due to their misperceptions about themselves. How they view themselves and how they perceive how others perceive them is causing them problems in their relationships and their ability to get what they want.
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“The best way to affect how others perceive you in a positive way is to be true to yourself. When you act like a chameleon by constantly changing your approach and how you interact with others based upon what you want, instead of simply being yourself and living your truth, you’ll most often feel uncomfortable and unsure of who you really are. If you are unsure of yourself and you’re inconsistently being authentic, you’ll have a hard time getting others to act consistently and predictably with you.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne