How To Stop Negative Self Talk with Lisa Nichols and Marci Shimoff

In life at any given moment we will have either results or excuses. Stories or expectations. Justifications or justice. We either have what we want or we make a declaration that what confronts me won’t stop me.”

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That if it seems impossible it must be possible. In the video below Motivational speakers Lisa Nichols and Marci Shimoff offers advice on how we can overcome the negative self talk we are all prone to.

How do you control negative self talk?

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