In this episode you’ll learn… How to Train your mind to make yourself (and those around you) better, plus…
- Get the most out of those around you.
- Make people feel awesome.
- Make yourself feel awesome.
- Train yourself to feel your best (all the time).
- Make people like you.
- And much, much more.
Words stick in our heads, and those around us.
Not only that, but words can mold into feelings.
AND we can start to believe those things.
This is why it’s super important to be very careful when you choose the words that you’re saying to others, AND yourself!
Always lift people up
* Snatch example – if you see someone that can be better… tell them how much better you see them being.
Teach yourself to look for the positives, and point them out
* This is simply training – practice, practice, practice. I don’t get this right all the time, but I train my mind constantly to get better everyday.
If you don’t have something positive to say, then SAY NOTHING
* ?Sick and tired story – when you see someone that is looking sick or tired, NEVER tell them how they look. EVER!!! Either say nothing, or find something about them that is doing good, and bring up that thing. DON’T YOU EVER FUCKING TELL SOMEONE THEY LOOK TIRED OR SICK!!!!
Track the negative things in your brain, and replace them with positives
* ?Test taking example – when you fail a test, look at it as a way to improve. Fight back until you succeed.
* Hard workout example – the pain of a hard workout can be thought of as awesome. Just train your mind that the pain is helping you to get better.
This can be hard with people we see all the time, but compliments never get old
* ?Have some go-to things to tell people – have a few compliments in your pocket to toss out when you see people. Even if it’s the same compliment, it never gets old.
These things will make people want to be around you more
* You will truly find yourself happier, and with more friends if you practice these things.
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