We are running scripts in our minds every single day, often times unconsciously and without actually knowing that it’s happening.Dr. Michael Brown
- The conversations we have with ourselves are reshaping our identity even when we don’t realize it.
- We are more likely to believe lies about ourselves when we listen to ourselves than when we talk to ourselves.
- Our negative self-talk often becomes a self-fulling prophecy.
- The most important thing about us is what comes into our minds when we think about ourselves.
- When we are feeling nervous about the future, we can change our mindsets by instead telling ourselves, “I’m curious to see what is going to happen.”
- In order to remove the lies from our minds, it is essential that we replace each lie with truth.
- Look at yourself in the mirror each morning and remind yourself, “I am someone, I am special, I am significant, I am strong, I am spiritual, and I am secure.”
- When you are feeling most overwhelmed, talk to yourself about the things you are grateful for.
- Write on a piece of paper the lies you regularly believe, then cross them out and write down instead the truths you are trying to believe.
You Are Enough
Each and every one of us is of greater value than we can possibly imagine. This week, Dr. Michael Brown and the newest DMB coach Jenna Greenawalt offer countless reminders of just how much we are worth.
Know Your Worth
The most important thing about you is what comes to mind when you think about yourself. This week Dr. Michael Brown and Amy Seiffert break down what it means to truly know your worth.
Listen To Yourself
If we are willing to decode them, we will find deep meaning in the hidden messages our emotions, behaviors, and even bodies are sending us. This week, Dr. Michael Brown and Nick Gillispie share some practical tips on how to cultivate the habit of paying attention to what’s happening below the surface.