One of the things that is so frustrating about the human brain is how often it cranks out negative self-talk, no matter how smart, capable, or successful we are. In this solo episode of The Driven Woman Podcast, I spill the tea on how the brain actually works, why there is nothing wrong with you just because you have negative thoughts about yourself (spoiler alert, just about everyone does….) but how simple it actually is to change them and think better thoughts. I even share some of the exact tools and techniques I share with my private coaching clients.
Some of the things we will cover in this episode are:
Whether you are a total brain science nerd or your eyes glaze over when someone starts talking about neurobiology, I promise you will not only understand every word of what I am sharing in this episode, but you may just stop feeling bad for how nasty your self-talk is, once and for all.
The free app mentioned in this episode: https://thinkup.me/ to get started practicing how to think better thoughts
In order to change our behavior, we need practice, so if you have decided to start working on your negative self-talk, grab your copy of the handout that accompanies this episode:
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So, that’s all for now, Driven Woman! See you next week, when my guest Melanie Lockert, writer, speaker, author of the best-selling book Dear Debt and host of the Mental Health & Wealth Podcast, joins me for a deep dive into the relationship between money, debt, and mental health for episode #78, Women & Money, It’s Complicated.