What To Say When You Talk To Yourself Part 2: How To Program Your Mind For Success

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The Bam Bam Martial Arts Academy Mental Jiu Jitsu Series

What To Say When You Talk To Yourself: Powerful New Techniques To Program Your Potential For Success Study Guide Chapters 4-6

“How To Program Your Mind For Success”

Your thoughts about yourself CONTROL how you feel, think and act.

From the day you were born your brain started storing messages about yourself, good and bad. This is how your brain was “programmed”.

These good and bad messages, our programming, over time became “wired in” meaning that this is how we habitually think.

BE VERY CAREFUL ABOUT HOW YOU PROGRAM YOUR MIND!

For good mental health, you have to take control over what you put into your mind, just like you would take control over what foods you put into your body for physical health.

This is why it is so important to hang around with positive uplifting, optimistic people. Don’t let others program you the wrong way.

The movies you watch, the books you read, the music you listen too, the people you hang around, and how you talk to yourself have a big influence over how you think and therefore, how you live.

This is why you MUST take control over what you say to yourself!

DO NOT LEAVE THE PROGRAMMING OF YOUR MIND TO BLIND CHANCE.

When left to chance, 77% of our past mental programming is NEGATIVE AND WRONG.

If you leave your mental programming to chance you will be WIRED FOR FAILURE.

Most people live behind a WALL of negative self-talk. They say things like “I can’t do anything right”, “I’m no good”, “The only kind of luck I have is bad luck”, “I never win”, “I’m no good at math”, “I’m no good at jiu jitsu”, and so on.

The good news is…YOU CAN REPROGRAM. YOU CAN REWIRE YOUR MIND FOR SUCCESS

What’s the best thing we can do to program our minds for success?

Start controlling our “mental diet”. Take control over how we talk to ourselves.

Action Item: Take the 30-day positive mental programming challenge.

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Father of eight, Dr. Scott Sullivan is the chief instructor at Bam Bam Martial Arts in Houston, TX. He holds a doctorate in philosophy from the University of St. Thomas and is a seasoned martial arts instructor with over 30 years of experience. A firm believer that martial arts really does help people become more fit, safe, and happy, he remains vigilant about helping people improve their lives through martial arts.