Many moons ago, if I ever had a bad day at work, which was quite common in my life by the way.
I would stay stuck in a conversation with myself, ruminating, and overthinking about the person, problem, and event for hours, long after it was closed.
I never realized at that time, that my constant inner talk was a direct feed to my subconscious mind, creating new thoughts and when I repeated these thoughts, they were gradually turning into beliefs (limiting beliefs) of no use.
Many years later, when I would fail to get through interviews despite the best of my credentials, experience, and qualifications to merit
I would wonder -What’s wrong?
It was only when I understood my inner narrative, mostly filled with negative talks, realized, how at a subconscious level, it was coming through in my behavior, even in my body language which lacked certainty and conviction.
Mehnaz Amjad may have a decade of rich experience with a lot of accolades to her credit, but this was on paper (Resume) the person Mehnaz, who gave those interviews was hijacked by her subconscious mind, lacking confidence and second-guessing her own potential and self-worth.
Result – Stuck and caught up in a loop of endless worry, feeling overwhelmed and depleted!
So, if you just like me, find that your mind is in need of some rewriting
Here’s a podcast I created, with three wonderful techniques that could help you rewrite your inner narrative.
You can listen to it here
Watch this mini-video series to learn more about positive self-talk.
Before you leave, one quick question, what would you like to learn if I were to create a course for you?
(c) Mehnaz Amjad 2022
About the Author: Mehnaz Amjad is a Coach, Trauma Healer & CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapist), and the Founder of Guide & Advice which offers Coaching to both individuals and organizations. You can Connect with me.