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  • 1. Self-MotivationThrough Self-Talk
  • 2. Overview of Self-Talk
  • 3. Overview of Self-TalkDe-motivation is the result of:• increased global competition• more demanding customers• more obstacles to good performance
  • 4. Overview of Self-TalkYou can motivate yourself by usingpractical and reliable tools.
  • 5. Overview of Self-TalkTake the time to carefully think aboutand strategize the words you use toimpact and influence somebody else.
  • 6. Overview of Self-TalkChoose strategizing words to influenceyourself.
  • 7. Overview of Self-TalkSelf-talk is the nonstop programminginside of your mind.
  • 8. Overview of Self-TalkSelf-talk is the automatic mind chatterthat goes on when you’re awake,sleeping or daydreaming.
  • 9. Overview of Self-TalkHow you think your thoughts caneither sabotage or support yourmotivation and performance.
  • 10. ABCs of Changing Self-Talk
  • 11. ABCs of Self-TalkSelf-talk can be changed. You canalter your thinking patterns.
  • 12. ABCs of Self-TalkA = Awareness
  • 13. AwarenessChange any de-motivating, negativeself-talk to become fully aware of theextent of your current “trash-talking.”
  • 14. AwarenessBecome aware of your triggers fornegative self-talk.
  • 15. AwarenessDon’t guilt-trip yourself about yournegative self-talk.
  • 16. ABCs of Self-TalkA = AwarenessB = Belief in change
  • 17. Belief in ChangeConvince yourself that you can changeyour thinking patterns.
  • 18. Belief in ChangeTake personal “response-ability” torespond differently.
  • 19. ABCs of Self-TalkA = AwarenessB = Belief in changeC = Choose specific change strategies
  • 20. Choosing Change Strategies1. Reprogramming
  • 21. Choosing Change Strategies1. Reprogramming2. Visualizing
  • 22. Reprogramming
  • 23. ReprogrammingIt takes reconditioning to send newcommands and words to yoursubconscious mind.
  • 24. ReprogrammingReprogramming is a continued,disciplined effort to be positive andrealistic in your self-talk.
  • 25. ReprogrammingReprogramming is selected, dailypracticed repetition of new self-talkstatements.
  • 26. Guidelines for Reprogramming1. Use present tense language of achievement.
  • 27. Guidelines for ReprogrammingFocus on the present tense, not thefuture tense.
  • 28. Guidelines for Reprogramming1. Use present tense language of achievement.2. Use specific details.
  • 29. Guidelines for ReprogrammingUse precise language. Paint a picturewith concrete terminology.
  • 30. Guidelines for ReprogrammingYour subconscious mind doesn’t needthe self-talk to be true in order tobelieve it.
  • 31. Guidelines for Reprogramming1. Use present tense language of achievement.2. Use specific details.3. Use repetition.
  • 32. Guidelines for ReprogrammingWrite down your new self-talkreprogramming statements.
  • 33. Guidelines for ReprogrammingUse tapes with a friend’s voice or amotivational speaker you really trust.
  • 34. Guidelines for ReprogrammingReprogramming messages will getthrough to your subconscious.
  • 35. Visualizing
  • 36. VisualizingVisualizing is taking the time tocondition your thinking.
  • 37. VisualizingUse mental imagery, pictures in yourmind.
  • 38. Guidelines for Visualizing1. Mental rehearsal.
  • 39. Guidelines for Visualizing1. Mental rehearsal.2. Visualizing performance goals.
  • 40. Guidelines for Visualizing1. Mental rehearsal.2. Visualizing performance goals.3. Visualizing results.
  • 41. Guidelines for VisualizingMental rehearsal means visualizingyourself performing in a situation anddoing it successfully.
  • 42. Guidelines for VisualizingVisualize your performance goals –really see them.
  • 43. Guidelines for VisualizingVisualize the result of achieving yourgoal by seeing yourself with the prize.
  • 44. Guidelines for Visualizing1. Mental rehearsal.2. Visualizing performance goals.3. Visualizing results.
  • 45. Basics of Self-Talk
  • 46. Basics of Self-TalkSelf-talk techniques are not quick-fixsolutions, but small changes over time.
  • 47. Basics of Self-TalkSelf-talk may seem like common sense,but common sense is not alwayscommon practice.
  • 48. Basics of Self-TalkSelf-discipline involves self-talk.
  • 49. Basics of Self-TalkSelf-motivation begins with your owninternal beliefs and thoughts.
  • 50. Self-MotivationThrough Self-Talk