I strongly believe in the insane pools of power stored in the valleys of ‘self talk’. How often do you self-talk? And when you do, what do you talk about? Is it about worldly affairs, who did what, gossip, controversies, or something else? Well, here’s the thing. What you say to others isn’t that important, what others say to you is even less essential. The game-changer is in what you say to yourself.
It doesn’t matter how much you boast about your plans to others or how you fake your confidence in front of your friends or how much you show off about your achievements to your relatives. What truly matters is the kind of self-talk you indulge in when you are all by yourself.
The reason why I have titled ‘self talk’ as the missing piece of the puzzle or perhaps I should say, the most substantial piece of the puzzle, is mainly because the actions you take in life are in exact sync with the kind of talking going on in your head by you.