Your internal connection is the foundation of all your relationships. When you take the time to understand your “observer” mind then you can adjust your mindset to get yourself back on track.
It all starts with giving yourself permission. Permission to be happy. Permission to forgive yourself when you make a mistake.
Click to Tweet – “We imprison ourselves with this idea that we are not free.” via Jason Fischer (7:32 minute mark).
“If you want to build a strong internal friendship and experience all the happiness that comes with that. There are two ways to do it. First is allowing yourself to do what you want… The second is to not do what you don’t want.” 8:17
“You want to notice whenever you use a term or phrase that isn’t objective or isn’t supportive of a healthy relationship.” 10:56
“If we can shift our attention from what we receive other people to instead what we give other people we become more powerful in the interaction.”18:06
Click to tweet – “As long as we are in a state of that’s not ok, we suffer.” 25:56
“Everyone is at all times doing the very best that they can with what they have.” 29:35
“But really deep down inside (ask yourself) What is it that I want? And say I’m allowed. I’m allowed to go for that.” 33:26
When you stop expecting people to be different then they are it becomes easier to appreciate them for who they are.
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In this interview you’ll learn:
- How to understand your internal dialog and where it comes from.
- Apply certain techniques that will allow you to find a positive perspective when you need it the most.
- How to avoid the most demotivating word in the English language.
You can also check out Jason’s website to learn more about building a stronger internal connection
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