October 7


3 Negative Inner Voices and How to Challenge Them

By Peter Julian

If you’re looking for an effective way to feel better about yourself, then altering your inner dialogue to a more positive string of communication can be a great way to accomplish it. A great example of this is to stop yourself from making snap judgement of others in order to prevent yourself from connecting with kindhearted and fascinating people. You can also change inner voices of defeat by reminding yourself that you can power through anything that comes your way.

Key Takeaways:

  • The children’s book The Little Engine that Could provides a lesson that speaks to adults as well.
  • Negative inner voices inside us can make us too proud, arrogant or judgmental of others.
  • We need to reject the “Rusty Old Engine” voice inside us that gives up before even trying.

“Take the next adventure you encounter and say to yourself, “I think I can. I think I can.””

Read more: https://tinybuddha.com/blog/3-negative-inner-voices-and-how-to-challenge-them/

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