Sabotaging thoughts can be difficult to control and even harder to stop all together. The trick is to identify “head trash” quickly and reframe it into something positive.
Sunshine: Head trash, are you a victim of this?
Crystal: Welcome to The Love of Business. I’m Crystal.
Sunshine: And I’m Sunshine. Let’s get to it.
Head trash? I think a lot of people are suffering from this.
Crystal: They do. That’s for sure.
Sunshine: And why is this? Why is everybody suffering from this? I mean, is it in the air? Is it that time of year? I mean, what is it?
Crystal: It could be for a lot of reasons. It could be lack of confidence, self-sabotage, imposter syndrome, or all three.
Sunshine: Wow, if you got all three, that’s a lot of head trash.
Crystal: That’s a lot to carry around.
Sunshine: So, what are some remedies for this?
Crystal: Three ways to get rid of head trash for good. Number one, when you are feeling that negative talk in your head, pause for a moment and acknowledge that it’s existing.
Number two, replace that negative thought with a positive thought, because you can’t feel good and feel bad at the same time.
Number three, get back into positive action.
Sunshine: All right, so I kept hearing the theme word of positive, positive, positive.
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Wow, this article on how to get rid of head trash is a real eye-opener! As someone who has struggled with negative self-talk and limiting beliefs, the insights shared here have given me a fresh perspective on how to tackle these destructive patterns of thinking. The practical tips and exercises provided in this article are both simple and effective, making it easy to start implementing them into my daily routine. I appreciate the author’s compassionate and empowering approach to dealing with head trash, which reminds us that we have the power to change our thoughts and beliefs for the better. Thank you, Run Right Consulting, for sharing this valuable resource!
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