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Creative Warriors is a community of purpose-driven entrepreneurs and creative small business owners. Brave souls taking the road less traveled, forging our way through the world creating businesses marketing ourselves and our talents. Business coach, entrepreneur and warrior himself, Jeffrey Shaw, interviews leading authors, successful entrepreneurs, and well known creatives, who will offer you inspiration and best business practices that you can apply directly in your life and business. Topics include social media, marketing, time management, creativity as well as many out-of-the-box innovative business ideas.
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334: Maryse Cardin- Transform Your Self-Talk
3 days ago
If someone you knew and loved messed up, would you call them an idiot? Would you tell them how stupid they are? Of course not. You’d tell them it was ok, and you’d support them to learn from their mistakes and move of. So why do we talk to ourselves that way? The way we talk to ourselves has a really strong impact on how we think about ourselves. If we tell ourselves we’re an idiot, we will start to believe we are an idiot, and then depression and anxiety will kick in. Instead, talk to yourself like you would talk to someone you care about and respect. Tell yourself it’s ok, allow your mind to replay the event that’s troubling you one time so you can learn from it, then move on. The longer you ruminate, the worse your mental state will become. On this episode of Creative Warriors, we are joined by Maryse Cardin. Maryse is an expert on improving your self-talk, and all the positive benefits that come from it. Download this episode now so you can learn how to stop beating yourself up, move on, and start decreasing your depression and anxiety. WARRIOR OF LEVITY “I am more important than my problems.” -Maryse Cardin Highlights - Really listen to what you are saying to yourself. Speak to yourself like you speak to someone you love and respect. You can start to introduce helpful voices in your life. Be the person that stands up for you. It’s important to talk to yourself in the second person. You are allowed to replay the movie once to see what you can learn. Rumination can lead to depression. Find your own words of courage. Improving your self-talk is the practice that will result in improving self-worth. The right path is rarely fixing what’s broken. Guest Contact - Maryse’s Website Maryse’s Twitter Maryse's Book
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