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Positive Self Talk Swaps

Updated: Jan 23

Are you a glass half empty or half full type of person? How you answer this question is very telling about your outlook and how you may respond to challenges.


If you're a glass half empty type you may feel bad things will always happen and you're what we call a pessimist.


Now, if you're a glass half full you're more like me and an optimist, someone who always thinks that good things will happen. But that's not always easy in this crazy world & there's triggers, obstacles & negativity everywhere.


Here are some strategies to incorporate positive self-talk into your daily routine:


  1. Be Aware of Negative Thoughts:

  • Recognize when negative thoughts arise.

  • Identify patterns or triggers that lead to negativity.

  1. Challenge Negative Thoughts:

  • Question the validity of negative thoughts.

  • Challenge irrational beliefs and replace them with more positive and realistic ones.

  1. Use Affirmations:

  • Create positive affirmations that reflect your goals and values.

  • Repeat affirmations regularly, especially during challenging times.

  1. Practice Gratitude:

  • Cultivate a habit of expressing gratitude for the positive aspects of your life.

  • Focus on what you appreciate about yourself and your experiences.

  1. Visualization:

  • Picture yourself achieving your goals and succeeding.

  • Visualize positive outcomes to build confidence and motivation.

  1. Surround Yourself with Positivity:

  • Engage with positive influences, whether it's people, books, or media.

  • Limit exposure to negative environments and toxic relationships.

  1. Celebrate Achievements:

  • Acknowledge and celebrate your accomplishments, no matter how small.

  • Recognize your progress and efforts.

  1. Self-Compassion:

  • Treat yourself with kindness and understanding.

  • Forgive yourself for mistakes and view them as opportunities for growth.

  1. Focus on Solutions:

  • Shift your mindset from problems to solutions.

  • Instead of dwelling on challenges, brainstorm ways to overcome them.

  1. Create a Positive Environment:

  • Organize your space in a way that promotes a positive atmosphere.

  • Surround yourself with items that bring joy and inspiration.

  1. Positive Self-Talk Statements:

  • Replace negative self-talk with positive statements.

  • Use phrases like "I can handle this," "I am capable," and "I am resilient."

  1. Challenge Perfectionism:

  • Embrace imperfections and view mistakes as part of the learning process.

  • Aim for progress, not perfection.

  1. Mindfulness and Meditation:

  • Practice mindfulness to stay present and focused.

  • Use meditation techniques to calm the mind and promote positive thinking.

  1. Seek Support:

  • Talk to friends, family, or a mentor about your goals and challenges.

  • Surround yourself with a supportive network that encourages positive growth.

  1. Reflect on Positive Experiences:

  • Reminisce about times when you felt confident and successful.

  • Use these memories as a foundation for positive self-talk.








Remember that positive self-talk is a skill that can be developed over time with consistent practice. Be patient with yourself and make it a priority to nurture a positive and encouraging inner dialogue.




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