by on Wednesday, July 18th, 2012 | Comments Off

 

Marilyn Ocean

We hear a lot about the dangers of secondhand smoke. These dangers are real. However, secondhand words can be just as destructive.

 

I’m referring to the negative words we hear at work, at home, on TV, etc. The words which are spoken, not necessarily to you, which lodge themselves in our subconscious mind just like secondhand smoke lodges itself in your lungs. The damage is not obvious at first, but with repeated exposure over time, these toxic words do serious damage.

 

Here are some examples of toxic word phrases:

 

  • “I can’t do it”
  • “I’m broke”
  • “My life stinks”
  • “Life’s a b**** and then you die”

 

Again, these words may not even be spoken TO you, but if you are exposed to them regularly, they will affect you.

 

Do you hang out at work with people who don’t really believe in their possibilities? You know the type. They get together to talk about how bad the job is and how pointless life is, etc. I’m certainly in favor of having compassion for fellow humans, but make sure you don’t get dragged down into the pit.

 

The best way to help someone out of a pit of despair is to make sure both of your feet are firmly planted on the ground and then you can pull them out safely. If you get down in the pit with them, who is going to help YOU? It’s YOUR job to help yourself, so take this job seriously. Keep your “subconscious lungs” clean, healthy, and fully functioning.

 

So, how do we do this? By avoiding exposure to people who dwell on the negative. By filling our minds with positive phrases. By seeking associations with those who already believe in themselves and their possibilities.

 

Are you ready to clear those “lungs” right NOW? Call Me Today at 561 318 0708 or Fill out the FREE Consultation Form. We will wipe it out and clean it up!




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