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Silence your own worst enemy.

Silence Your Own Worst Enemy

Are you in desperate need of an optimistic inner voice? I’m going to fix that problem right now. If you regularly carry a negative thoughts expecting failure and difficulties into your life, workouts or wherever, now is the time to change the way you think. It is time to do a 180 and get rid of the negative thoughts and behavior, and start a happier and more positive attitude towards yourself. I am a firm believer in the benefits of optimism. So, use these tips to silence your own worst enemy everyday, I do.

Silence Your Own Worst Enemy

You have arrived. Everything you need is right here. Cut out the self-doubt, open your eyes, and see that you already have everything in your possession to be happy, loved, and to reach all your goals.

It is possible to reinforce your self-confidence by using positive affirmations, but it takes a consistent effort.  Below are a few tips for improving your critical inner state of mind to cultivate a positive attitude.  Or if it’s a single dose of positivity you need, check out my earlier article “Positively Priceless” instead.

Silence your own worst enemy.  3 simple tips.

  • You do you.

Be yourself. Love yourself completely and accept everything that you are. You are beautiful. Believe it, and most importantly, remind yourself often.

  • Silence that critical inner voice.

If you hear a voice within you say “you cannot paint,” then by all means paint and that voice will be silenced. —Vincent Van Gogh

Unless it’s coming from a true place of gut instinct, ignore it.  Instinct is when your gut is telling you that alley is dark and dangerous, you should take another route.  Trust your instinct.

  • Change your everyday inner “I am statement”.

Rather than saying “I am strong”, “I am energized”, “I am successful” and “I am awesome!” Contrary, your critical inner voice says “I am tired” when you wake up in the morning. It says “I am not ready”, “I’m no good”, “I can’t possibly do that”. Shut it down and make it positive.

Most of all, negative self-talk relies on you buying it. It needs you to believe/agree you are flawed and unworthy. So in other words, if your inner self calls you a lazy, fat, tired, good-for-nothing for not working out enough {like mine}, as a result you believe that as your truth.

Respectively, I have stopped recognizing my inner voice is a rational adult, I began thinking of her as a dear but…deluded misinformed friend. Now I listen to what she tells me without taking so much of it to heart. After getting a little distance, I begin to laugh at her a little, and gently dispute what she says. Every now and then, I even try throwing in an extra word or two of self-approval. But that’s another conversation. 😉

Finally, what’s not to love about you? Your inner voice can build you up, or tear you down. Put it to work. Use it to become awesome!  Realize that optimism is a choice.

You are beautiful, inside and out. I would love to chat!

Is your inner voice always optimistic?

How do you stay positive?



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***Disclaimer: In conclusion, always check with your doctor first before starting new fitness routines to ensure that they’re right for you.***All opinions expressed are 100% my own.