Replace negative self-talk.
Replace negative thoughts.
Tell yourself that there’s no room for negativity in your mind to exist.
There’s no time and purpose for it.
When your mind says, “I’m fat”.
Replace that thought with, “I’m perfect”.
When your mind says, “I’m a failure”.
Replace that thought with, “I can do it”.
Substitute that negative thought with a positive one.
Our minds can only focus on one thought at a time.
So when your mind is fixated on a negative thought, snap it out by substituting the negative thought with a positive one.
And repeat it over and over again.
Even if there aren’t any negative thoughts playing through your mind, just repeat some positive affirmations.
You’ll build a healthier state of mind.
“I’m perfect the way I am”.
“I can do anything I set my mind to”.
And you can’t say these without feeling good about yourself at the same time too.
You’ll feel uplifted.
You’ll be motivated.
And you’ll be magnetic to others too.
People will naturally gravitate towards your positive energy.
But if you let those negative thoughts have their way and you allow them to linger in your mind, the complete opposite happens.
You’ll be stressed, worried and develop unnecessary anxiety for yourself.
You’ll spend time worrying instead of getting things done.
You’ll have a weaker immune system from all the stress and worrying.
This will manifest naturally and others around you will pick up on it.
They start treating you more negatively based on the bad vibes they’re getting from you and you wonder why people don’t seem to like you.
Unhealthy self-talk and mental attitudes are major causes of stress and anxiety.
The mind has a way of making things look worse than they seem.
The mind also has the ability to do the opposite.
It’s all dependent on your thoughts and how you deal with them.
Self-actualised individuals with exceptionally high self-esteem are good examples of people who exhibit very strong and positive mental attitudes.
Will Smith, Connor McGregor, Oprah Winfrey are just a few of these people.
Tell yourself that you will not allow negative self-talk to occur any longer.
At the end of the day, it’s about becoming the best version of yourself.
And a healthy mental attitude is a big step towards that.
Take it one thought at a time.