Reclaim Your Sanity Series: Kill Your Inner Hyena!

Reclaim Your Sanity Series: Kill Your Inner Hyena!

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Don't you think it's about time you stopped talking smack about yourself?

Kill Your Inner Hyena! How much time do you think you spend criticizing yourself? You probably wouldn’t talk to your best friend that way. Isn’t it time you stopped talking smack about yourself?

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I used to be the queen of making negative comments about myself. Kind of a weird thing given I’d been coaching other people to stop doing that for years.

But you don’t always realize what you are saying to yourself until someone else you are living with hears you and addresses it.

There I was standing in front of my full-length mirror after getting dressed, smoothing out my hips attempting to straighten the curves I’d been born with and had never been proud of.

My then husband caught me doing this one day and asked me what I was doing. “I just wish my thighs were smaller and my hips weren’t so big,” I whined.

“First, women are supposed to be curvy,” he said. "Second, stop talking smack about my best friend Jen.”

His reply stopped me dead in my tracks. No one had ever said that, in that way to me before.

He had a point. We'd never talk to a friend the way we talk to ourselves. If we did, we wouldn't have many left.

Whether it is complaining about the way we look, calling ourselves stupid or silly, or comparing ourselves to someone else and coming up short – we are all guilty of this behavior. We all know negative self-talk is not “good,” so why do we keep doing it?

I think it is for the same reason it is so difficult to keep a promise to ourselves. No one is watching. No one is listening.  No one is witnessing our behavior.

But I want to assure you that someone is.  

You are watching, you are listening, you are witnessing your own behavior.

Every time you criticize yourself you are chipping away at your own magic.

So how can you let go of this dis-empowering habit?

During this 60-minute webinar, you will:

  • Identify and "own" your inner critic;

  • Develop ways to catch it early, and

  • Create a power statement that truly leaves you feeling powerful!