Increase Your Vocabulary (47)
Increase Your Vocabulary
Change Your Life
by Charmaine Hunte
“We do not create our words, they create us.” Linda Larsen
What kind of day are you having today?
Our subconscious minds are like a computer that follows the commands that we give it. The words we use are the instructions that our mind follows. The words we use to describe ourselves and our feelings are extremely powerful because over time we begin to live them. We all have a selection of words that we use all the time to define us and if they are the defeating words we will have more challenges than successes. It is very possible, however to change to empowering words, once we become aware.
Just as you wake up at the same time everyday and do the same routine it is the same routine words we use in our daily conversations with others and ourselves. We are all creatures of habit that spend a good portion of time on auto pilot that affects the way we speak because we have a selection of words that we constantly use to describe how we feel.
We alone have the choice to decide how we want to live the trick is to constantly remind ourselves or we will fall off track. An excellent starting point is keeping track of the words that we use. If they are leading us in the direction that we want great, if not, then it is time to change them.
There are 500,000 words in the English language would you believe that there are 3000 that describe human emotions and of those ½ of them are negative. Which ½ is in your vocabulary selection?
Do your words describe the way you want to live or do you live into words you use?
Your attitude plays a significant part in the level of success you achieve. It is vitally important that your level of energy, thoughts, words and feelings are empowering you forward.
“Watch your thought, for they become words
Watch your words, for they become actions
Watch your actions, for they become habits
Watch your habits, for they become character
Watch your character, for it becomes your destiny.” Author Unknown
Your comments and thoughts are always appreciated.
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