“I can’t” means I won’t.
Instead say, I will.
“I failed” means I gave up.
Better to say, I’ll keep trying and learn from my failures.
“I wish” means I’m likely fantasizing.
It’s more productive to think of a wish as a firm commitment to guarantee results.
“I tried” is often code for I’m now going to stop trying.
Look at trying not as a virtue, but a continuous way of life.
“I have no confidence” is frequently a way to say, and I’m not getting any confidence, either.
Increased confidence begins with “yes, I can” not harboring thoughts of “no, I can’t”.
The words we tell ourselves determine the way we think.
Change the words.
Change the way you think.
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