Tuesday, March 16, 2004
What you say
What are you saying to yourself? What are you saying to others?
Words can limit your thinking, or they can expand your horizons. Words can bring on discouragement and despair, or they can provide the encouragement to do great things.
One of the quickest and easiest ways to improve your world is to improve the words you use when thinking to yourself or speaking to others. You always have the power to choose your words, so it makes sense to choose the best, most positively powerful ones.
You’ve no doubt experienced the enormous impact that a kind, encouraging word can have. Rather than letting your words amplify a troubling situation, choose the words that will lead the way to a more positive reality.
What you say to yourself and what you say to others truly matters. When you make your language more consistently positive, your attitude cannot help but follow right along.
And that, in turn, will affect your actions and the results they bring. Your positive words can truly create a more positive world.
Ralph MarstonDetermined purpose Free to achieve
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