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How The Words I AM Can Change Your Life

 
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A blessing, or a curse? You tell me.

The words you use to describe yourself in the most insignificant of ways… are also sharing your belief system.

Notice how many times you say…

“I am not the type of person that…

… takes risks.” 

… puts myself out there.”

… asks for help.”

If you want to take things up a notch then you have to learn how to master how you talk ABOUT yourself.

As I write this, I’m thinking of Victor E. Frankel’s legendary memoir “Man’s Search For Meaning” where he shares so painfully candidly his experience of surviving a Nazi concentration camp. His central message is that our greatest power as humans is how our mind can help us overcome any struggle.

Frankel’s own words explain it best.

“We who lived in the concentration camps can remember the men who walked through the huts comforting others, giving away their last piece of bread. They may have been few in number, but they offer sufficient proof that everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of the human freedoms is to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way.”

Want a REALLY simple way to manage your mind and attitude? Start your morning by writing “I am” statements. 

Why start there? Because the words “I am” are the two most powerful words in the English language. 

What you say after those two words literally creates the quality of your life.

Here are a few of the “I am” statements that I write each morning:

  1. I am a highly sought-after world-class speaker.
  2. I am the world’s leading expert on #belonging.
  3. I am an Oscar-Winning documentary filmmaker.

Now it’s your turn to create an entire future with your words by sharing a powerful vision that will act as a guidepost for your actions. Let’s see what you got!

Did you know I coach a few people one on one who are looking for support with their most ambitious projects? Message me if you feel called to uplevel.

What is your most ambitious “I am” statement?

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