What We Say About Ourselves has Impact!

We all have so many thoughts going through our minds all day long. We worry about the future or dwell on the past. We may even allow self-defeating thoughts to impact our mind and body. What we say about ourselves has a big impact on our actions and feelings.

It’s a concentrated effort to keep a positive mindset. It also requires patience, because simply changing what we say or think isn’t going to immediately result in a positive outcome. For those of us struggling with anxiety, we may say “I am an anxious person” or “I have anxiety”. But what if we replaced those statements with something like “I am peaceful”, “I am love” and “I am OK”. These subtle, but powerful changes can have a big impact on how we feel about ourselves. This holiday season, take a little time to fill your mind with positive thoughts about yourself. Recognize the self-defeating thoughts you may be having and come up with a positive alternatives. When you are feeling good about yourself, your positive energy will shine through and the time you spend with your family members over the holidays can be even more enjoyable. May your holidays be filled with peace, love and joy! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!


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Lisa is passionate about helping people to discover and live their best life. As a life and career coach, Lisa thrives on building solid, trusting emotional connections and being a positive advocate and accountability partner for you.

Her coaching certifications and tools along with her personal and professional experiences result in a coaching experience that can help stressed out, overwhelmed clients to experience the joy and life satisfaction that Lisa now experiences.

As an author, speaker and educator, Lisa speaks from the heart. Her engaging and inspirational style motivates people to continually grow and learn. She shares her personal struggles with anxiety and extreme stress openly and honestly while encouraging people of all ages to seek help.


  1. Jason Ellis /Reply

    “Thoughts are things” – the expression may have been hammered into a cliche with the movie “The Secret” but the lesson still holds true nonetheless. You hit the nail on the head here Lisa. If we can monitor our thoughts, we can control our self-perception. This puts the power in our own hands in terms of lifting restrictions that anxiety may impose on our lives. Thanks for the short and poignant read.

    1. Lisa Klarner /Reply

      Thanks Jason, I appreciate your validation on the power of our thoughts. Glad you found the message helpful!


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