How to Change Your Words, Change Your Mindset

How to change your words, change your mindset and change your life.

Have you ever been stuck in a rut? Maybe you feel like you’ve hit a wall, and you can’t move forward in your life? Maybe you’re feeling discouraged, stressed, or overwhelmed.

If you’re feeling stuck, maybe you need to change your fixed negative mindset and change your life.

  • Change your words.
  • Change your thinking.
  • Change your actions.

This will change your life! Yes, you can create the life you want.

In this blog, we shall be covering exactly what the power of our words are and how they can affect your life. You will discover replacement words to shift your vocabulary into the right positive words. Quotes to inspire you are also included.

So… who’s ready to learn how to change negative words or a fixed mindset and developed a growth mindset in 2022?

The Power of Language – How Language Affects Your Life

Let’s talk about the power of our words… the power of language. How language or our words affects our life.

Language is a powerful tool.

The way we use words can help us achieve our goals and impact our lives.

The power of language is so profound that it’s often referred to as the “law of attraction”.

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We create our reality by how we use words.

If you think about it, this makes sense. A person who says “I’m going to lose weight” is more likely to lose weight than a person who says “I’m going to eat healthier”.

The same principle applies to your life.

If you want to change your life, you need to start changing the language you use. And you do this by learning how your subconscious mind processes information, which is why language is so powerful.

Think of your subconscious as a computer. It receives input through your senses and filters that information through its own programming.

So, if you speak to yourself in a particular way, the information that comes into your subconscious mind is changed. That’s what a “program” is.

So when you talk to yourself, you are programming your subconscious mind. And you can choose what you program it to believe. The mind is the most powerful thing we have. It’s 100 percent up to us to choose what we believe.

Change Your Mindset

How do you change your mindset?

Your mindset is the underlying belief system that you have about the world around you. It’s what makes you who you are. And it’s what holds you back or drives you forward.

Think about it this way: what is your personal philosophy? What are your beliefs about how things work in the world?

What are the core values ​that you live by?

In short, your mindset shapes your actions. Your mindset is your internal dialogue.

For example, if you believe you can’t accomplish something, you’re probably going to feel discouraged, frustrated and maybe even defeated.

But if you believe that anything is possible, you’ll be filled with confidence and optimism.

How can you change your mindset?

It’s simple. You just need to replace negative thoughts with positive ones. Let’s take a closer look at the next couple of sections to see how easy this can be!

The Power of Words

Words are powerful. Their meanings crystallize perceptions and shape our beliefs, which drive our behaviors and create our world.

The power of a word is the emotional response you get from hearing it.

Words can be powerful, as they are the only things we know are constant. We see them every day, and it’s impossible to forget them.

In addition, words are how we communicate and connect. They help us form relationships, influence others, and influence our lives. And yet, we often forget that the language we use has a profound effect on our lives.

Yes, our words are powerful. We all know this. But what do you think would happen if we could change the way we use our words?

For example, how would your life change if you started saying “I am beautiful”?

It might sound silly, but it’s true. If you say “I am beautiful,” your brain starts associating the idea with you. So when you think about yourself, you will start to believe in yourself.

And that’s exactly what happens in the real world.

Change Your Habits

Change your habits.

You can change your habits by changing your mind, and changing your mind means changing your words.

Words are like thoughts; they either lift you up or drag you down.

I’m not talking about using words to express how you feel.

When you’re angry, you might say “I’m so frustrated!” but if you’re thinking about yourself as “frustrated,” you’re dragging yourself down.

So the first thing you need to do is change your thoughts.

Once you’re no longer thinking negatively, you can start making positive changes.

Let’s take a look at some of popular keywords we need to eliminate from our vocabulary and instead make the conscious decision of changing our words to be positive which in turn will impact on your mindset.

First, Eliminate ‘Give Up’ From Your Dictionary!

First, eliminate ‘give up’ from your dictionary!

This is probably the most difficult step to implement, but it is vital. Why?

Because it is a mental barrier to the achievement of any goal.

The root of this problem is that we are raised in a society where we are taught to “just give up.” We are told that if we don’t succeed, it’s because we haven’t tried hard enough.

So we stop trying, and start thinking that “giving up” is an option. But what if we consciously make the decision that from now on… you are going to have change your mindset into a growth mindset. 

All you need to do is “change your words from ‘giving up’ to ‘no problem, I’ll try again.'”

Change your conversation… pay attention to the words you choose… and you can transform your life!

Change ‘I Can’t’ to ‘How Can I?’

We all have things we don’t do well, things we don’t enjoy, things we procrastinate about, and things we dread doing.

These are the things we call our “problems.”

When we say things like “I can’t,” or “I’m not good at…,” we give ourselves permission to stop trying.

We have the power to change this mindset, and we have the power to change our lives. And it’s all by simply changing our spoken words!

Let’s change your mindset.

Change ‘I Can’t’ to ‘How Can I?’

Changing your mindset, and the way you speak about yourself, makes you feel better.

If you say “I can’t do something,” you’ll probably feel worse about it. But if you say “How can I do this?” you’ll almost certainly feel better about it.

Say you’re at a party and you’re having trouble making new friends. Instead of saying “I can’t make friends,” try saying “How can I meet new people?”

When you’re stuck, it’s much easier to think that you can’t do anything, than to think about how you can. And once you change your thoughts, you change your life.

 Change ‘I’m Not Enough’ to a Question

Have you ever asked yourself, “Why am I not good enough?”

If so, you might:

  • Feel like nothing you do is “enough”
  • You end up beating yourself up for past mistakes
  • You start feeling like you’re not as “good” as other people
  • You start playing down your strengths
  • You start telling yourself that you don’t deserve good things 
  • You may develop anxiety about what you might do wrong

According to myboldlife.com, if you’ve internalized negative thoughts, you may be convinced you’re unworthy. You feel you can’t measure up to other peoples’ standards—or even your own. And you become lonely and disconnected. 

But let’s set the record straight: you are enough. 

It’s time to clear all the smoke, so you can see who you are. My guess? You’re a person who just wants to be happy, loving, and loved. A life of happiness means believing you’re good enough now, but striving to become the best version of yourself. 

We know that if we can ask the right questions, we’ll get the right answers. And if we get the right answers, we’ll find a way to turn things around.

Let’s look at a common phrase that can really get in our way: “I’m not enough.”

Ask yourself, “What am I not enough of?”

Once you’ve figured that out, ask yourself: “How can I become more of what I’m not enough of?”

In this case, the answer is quite simple. You can become more of whatever you’re not enough of by becoming more of that.

Change Your Words Change Your Mindset Examples

The list below will help you stay on the right track to thinking properly even before talking with yourself.

Changing your words will definitely change your mindset because it will give you the power to command the voice in your head.

You can do this by proactively and consciously choosing the words of a growth mindset instead of a negative one.

In doing research for this blog, I came across an article that spoke about the effect this teacher did on her students. She created a change your mindset bulletin board. She was so enthusiastic about teaching her students that words can change your mindset. She presented a bulletin board or a chart similar to this one in educating her students to take easy steps towards have positive self-talk.

Per mindsetopia, they list the following list of words that activates you to initiate your mindset:

  • Use “I get to” instead of “I have to.”
  • Use “I’m growing every day” instead of “I’m not enough.”
  • Use “I need to try more” instead of “I’m so bad at it.
  • Use “It takes some time to accomplish” instead of “It’s too hard for me.”
  • Use “What I’m missing” instead of “I’m done.”
  • Use “I can learn anything I want” instead of “I’m not born to do this.”
  • Use “I need to look different” instead of “That’s nonsense.”
  • Use “There is always Plan B” instead of “My plan failed.”
  • Use “I can always improve” instead of “I can’t do any better.”
  • Use “Mistakes help me learn” instead of “I made a mistake.”

Change Your Mindset Quotes

One of the best ways you can do to help change your mindset and use the power of words is through daily affirmations or quotes. 

Famous and wise people have said inspiring words that have changed the lives of millions. Take a look at these 15 thought-provoking positive affirmations that will help you transform your life!

 “Live as if you were to die tomorrow; learn as if you were to live forever.”

Mahatma Gandhi

“Success is not an accident, success is a choice.”

Stephen Curry

“No problem can withstand the assault of sustained thinking.”

Voltaire

“There’s no such thing as failure, only results.”

Tony Robbins

“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So sail away from the safe harbour. Explore, Dream, Discover.”

Mark Twain

“Success is the ability to go from one failure to another with no loss of enthusiasm.”

Winston Churchill

“Look for the good in every situation, seek the valuable lesson in every setback, look for the solution to every problem. Think and talk continually about your goals.”

Brian Tracy

“A truly strong person does not need the approval of others any more than a lion needs the approval of sheep.”

Vernon Howard

“Challenges are what make life interesting. Overcoming them is what makes life meaningful.”

Joshua J. Marine

“Believe you can….and you are halfway there!”

Theodore Roosevelt

“The people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do.”

 Steve Jobs

“Take up one idea, make that one idea your life – Think of it, dream of it, live on that idea.”

Swami Vivekananda

“The problem is not the problem. The problem is your attitude about the problem.”  

Captain Jack Sparrow

“Dreams don’t work unless you do.”

John C. Maxwell

 It takes a different mindset to be successful in anything; that’s why there’s not a lot of super duper successful people, because it’s guys I know who may be ten times more talented than me, but they don’t work as hard.”

Rico Love 

In Summary

How to Change Your Words & Change Your Mindset

In summary, learning how to cultivate a positive mindset can be as easy as being more deliberate about the words you choose to use in your day-to-day life.

In fact, researchers Andrew Newberg, M.D. and Mark Robert Waldman have shown that words can literally change your brain.

When you change your language, you change your mind. Your beliefs and actions are dictated by the thoughts you think and the words you use.

If you change your words, you change your mind…

If you change your mind, you change your life...

If you change your life, you can change the world!!!

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beth elkassih

“Hi! Welcome to the launching and introduction to ‘Made You Smile Back’! I’m so pleased you’re here. Let me share with you a little bit about myself and why I created this platform.”

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