“I AM THE GREATEST, I AM THE CHAMPION OF THE WORLD” …

Those are the words of the legendary Boxer Muhamed Ali, when he was on his way to claim the throne of being the world champion.

It seems arrogant some people would say, maybe confidence some might say, or even “prophetic” for his devotees’ fans; the reality is no matter how you look at it, these were self-proclamation, incantation or affirmation from the greatest.

Incantation are the best way to improve your self-talk.

The average performer think that it is not necessary or it’s too new age, but science has proven the power of our subconscious in performance.

This is relevant because no matter who you are we do have some moment of self-doubts, hesitations, downtime and more. Self-talk is happening all the time no matter if you are conscious of it or not.

The real question is whether we are monitoring or not.

The world class do monitor it. Day in day out.

That’s how they are able to control that constant internal chatter. They leverage it as a strength.

Key question. Are you monitoring your self-talk?

Action tip: Look at your goals/dream; what is your self-talk towards these objectives?

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