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Controlling your Negative Inner Chatterbox | Week 15 | Confidence Revolution

Controlling your Negative Inner Chatterbox | Week 15 | Confidence Revolution

I was with my Austin Mom's Blog sister/writers last night. We were taking head shots with the amazing Laura Morsman and we were all wound up. "Do I look good?" "How about this angle?" "That's not my good side." The pressure was mounting! We were putting so much importance on the way the photos turned out. Like we were going to be judged ONLY on how we looked, like ALL the other things we do in life -- love, care, work, mother, volunteer -- didn't matter. We HAD to look spectacular or else everything was for not. 

But then after the pictures were over, we enjoyed food and champagne and everyone let their guard down. And that's when things got really good. When we relaxed! Why couldn't we be relaxed the entire time? 

The other day I read a post and it said that Gloria Steinem gave Melissa McCarthy a bracelet that said, "Linked, not ranked." And I thought, "that is the answer!!" Someone needs to get all women together and teach them in Woman 101 that there are not gold medals given out for being the prettiest, or smartest, or most sacrificing, or most frugal, OR... the least imposing or least disruptive or least opinionated.

We are unable to be ranked. Linked, not ranked. 

Today's video is about how my negative chatter box felt outranked - on LIVE TV! And I detail how you can address your negative chatter box. 

We are human, we have souls AND egos. Our soul is our higher self, an inner knowing, our essence. And our ego is part of the psyche that experiences the outside world and reacts to it. It thinks, feels, and it wants to distinguish itself from others. Part of the ego's job is to want more. That's it's job! So it's not about eliminating the ego, but about balancing it's power our lives. 

With all my heart, you are worthy.

Culture tells you that you need more, different, bigger. Culture is lying, culture has ulterior motives. 

You are beautiful and gifted.

No one is you, and that is your power. 

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