“As long as you are above ground, these are ALL things you ‘Get to do!'”
How we talk to ourselves determines a vast majority of what we do and do not do.
The language that we use often creates resistance. So, then what happens? Well, we know what we need to do but still don’t do it.
What are the chances that some of that resistance is simply tied to the language that we use?
In this episode Martin begins by asking you to imagine you both work at the same company and he get to “tell you what you have to do”. Doesn’t sound too pleasant does it?
Yet, many of use will go through each day saying that exact statement to ourselves, things like; “I have to pay my bills”. “I have to go to the gym.” “I have to get the car washed.” “I have to go to school” etc.
A subtle and significant shift takes place when we revisit our language and change the way we talk to ourselves. Simply saying, “I get to pay my bills.” “I get to go to the gym” etc. will reduced our reluctance to do them!
What are you telling yourself “you have to do” and how easily can you make that shift?
Check it out — listen to today’s episode and see how changing your dialogue with yourself changes your attitude and your output!
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