How to Handle Negative Self Talk

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Hey what are you saying to yourself? What if you everything you said to yourself came true? What if every thought you had came true? Well I thought that would be good because I am rich. Then I started thinking about all the negative stuff, life is hard, I cannot get a good break, I cannot make money, I cannot win. Look what if everything you said or thought came true? Look what you are saying to yourself, what your friends and family are saying to your self came true? I am sick and tired of my sick talk, once you are sick and tired of your self talk, I can’t win, I cannot do that, we can’t have that, life is hard, money won’t grow on trees, stop what you are saying to yourself its killing and limiting you. Control what is going on in your head out of your mouth and your surroundings. Subscribe today http://mygctv.com/subscribe
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