Change the World by Changing the Words

Le Voir N. Lewis

Improve your self-confidence when words can have heavy ramifications.
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Everyone’s perception and outlook will always have variations when you think about it. A C+ on your term paper, a flat tire, being late for work, writer’s block: all negative occurrences that have the potential of ruining your moment. When the mind harps on the negative, what are you doing to pull yourself out of the clutches of having a bad day?

Life can be different by being mindful of what you say. Start speaking about yourself, your circumstances, and those around you in a positive manner. When you change your words, you change the world. If you don’t know what to say, there are different ways to bridle the tongue, only allowing positive words to flow.

The words we use have a profound impact on us.

Language has an influence on our outlook and view of the world. Communication determines our relationships with people. Words define and establish how you see yourself.

You need more than positive words alone. Self-talk can have improving effects on your focus, memory, and confidence. 

Start by talking to yourself the same way you would want someone to communicate with you. Sometimes a moment in front of the mirror and a good pep talk is practical for building self-confidence. 

Self-confidence is a struggle, and perception makes building self-confidence difficult at times. 

When we stop taking care of ourselves mentally and physically, we are enduring potential pain and suffering. Why do we do it? Do we confuse self-esteem with being selfish? We shouldn’t. 

We should constantly reinforce esteem with positive words. When you change the world by changing the words, negative impacts become soft hits that are ineffective. You will find a positive side to roadkill when you routinely speak optimism and hope. 

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