The importance of having positive self talk and how destructive constant negative repetitive thoughts such as “Why am I still not happy? or Why am I not good enough?” will inhibit you from finding joy in the moments of your life and lead to you sabotaging your success.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss three different emails from three different viewers who are struggling with their own internal psychology and their limiting beliefs. One viewer is in his early twenties and doing great at approaching women, but his internal doubts always seem to cause him to focus on things not working out.
Another is from a viewer who always assumes the worst with his girlfriend. It does not help that her mother does not like him and has told her to find another guy.
*Amazon and the Amazon logo are trademarks of Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. **Free with a new Audible.com membership
If you have a question you would like me to consider answering in a future Video Coaching Newsletter, you can send it (3-4 paragraphs/500 words max) to this email address: Questions@UnderstandingRelationships.com
If you feel I have added value to your life, you can show your appreciation by doing one of the following three things:
From my heart to yours,
Author, Speaker, Peak Performance Coach, Entrepreneur
“The quality of your life is in direct proportion to the quality of the questions that you consistently ask yourself. Most people have negative and dis-empowering self talk and self-questioning that presupposes negative answers. It is important to monitor your internal dialogue and ask yourself better quality questions when you find yourself asking questions such as: “Why am I still not happy? or Why am I not good enough?” This will enable you redirect your mental focus onto more positive and empowering questions that will elicit better quality answers. What you focus on expands. By focusing on what you want and what you can find to be happy about in your life right now, you will force your brain to find positive and empowering answers to persevere even when life sometimes feels hopeless.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne