Truth Frequency Radio
Oct 17, 2013

If you listen closely to the words people say, you can learn a lot about what’s going on inside their heads. Your own words also tell a tale.  By listening to and analyzing the words you use on a regular basis, you can learn to stop unconsciously programming yourself to have limited performance.

As I upgraded my abilities to focus, pay attention, and think using biohacking, I gained the ability to pay attention to my words as I use them. I discovered that I often used self-limiting words before I even had a chance to think about them. My subconscious was choosing safe words that made unimportant things feel huge, and words that allowed me wiggle room to procrastinate safely. I call these “weasel words.” People who work with me know that I’ll call out someone in a meeting who uses weak language in a subconscious attempt to avoid responsibility. Clear speech means clear thinking and clear execution.

While some words that are programmed into your head can be beneficial, here are four words that make you weakest, yet you likely use many times a day without noticing it:

  • Need
  • Can’t
  • Bad
  • Try

Here is why those words make you weak, and what to do to upgrade your language.

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