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Self-Talk – we could all be more mindful. Positive self-talk can significantly affect our life satisfaction. Let’s start by adopting five positive mindsets: optimism, perseverance, self-control, focusing on relationships, and being grateful. Then, there are five things we can do right now to improve our self-talk: we can practice gratitude, we can start journaling, we can adopt a morning ritual, we can develop a mantra, and we should all watch our language. Let’s do this!
Links to References
SELF-TALK, SUCCESS, HAPPINESS & MINDFULNESS
TOSCA RENO BOOKS
- “The Start Here Diet” – https://amzn.to/2YFL55t
- “The Eat Clean Vegetarian Cookbook” – https://amzn.to/2KtQsfm
- Angela Duckworth’s book GRIT – https://amzn.to/2KziHru
SELF CONTROL & DELAYED GRATIFICATION
- Wood, A.M., et al., Gratitude & well-being: A review & theoretical integration, Clinical Psychology Review (2010): https://greatergood.berkeley.edu/pdfs/GratitudePDFs/2Wood-GratitudeWell-BeingReview.pdf
Talk About Talk & Dr. Andrea Wojnicki
- Weekly Email Blog – https://talkabouttalk.com/blog/#newsletter-signup
- “Building RESILIENCE” episode with Tosca Reno – https://talkabouttalk.com/25-building-resilience-with-tosca-reno/
- Andrea’s email – Andrea@TalkAboutTalk.com
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