Why talking to myself makes me a daily winner

Think back to that time you were stuck in traffic. Oh the agony! Listening to the radio, while they play the same 5 songs over and over again can drive you even crazier than the traffic itself.

So instead, you throw on your jams i.e. Rhianna or my personal fav, Bey! Now you’re singing your heart out working vocal cords you never thought you had! Until, the person in the neighboring car is looking at you like you’re crazy! If you’re anything like me you feel a twinge of embarrassment but you keep on sangin’!

That right there…practicing for your time on stage at the Grammy’s is exactly what will help you become a better communicator!

Improving your communication skills, begins with getting your mind right and organizing those thoughts and it doesn’t have to remind you of writing a term paper.

How in the heck how? Watch and see. In today’s episode I’ll show you how not just signing to yourself but talking to yourself can make a big difference in getting your thoughts and ideas in order.

Often times we’re looking for something big and complex to be the solution to our problems and I’m here to tell you that it doesn’t have to be that difficult. And It’s not difficult!

I’d also love to hear from you! What little things make a difference in your life? You’ll learn in this episode that talking to yourself isn’t the only thing that can help you become a daily winner in life.

Thanks for reading and watching! I’m super excited for your continued awesomeness and I know you’re going to talk your way to the top!

We’re in this thang together, so you can say what feel…to do what you love.

With good juju,

Sherhara

By | 2017-05-12T22:49:27+00:00 April 26th, 2017|Archive, Finding Clarity, Organizing Ideas|2 Comments

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I talk for fun. I talk for a living. Here to help you say what you feel so you can do what you love.

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  1. Mikesia Holder June 27, 2017 at 10:16 am - Reply

    I absolutely love this video and what you’ve had to say. I took a public communication course in college and did get some things out of it, but I did not eternalize it to the best of my ability. I should be practicing everyday my communication and what I want to say. I am so inspired by your ability to just talk. I can talk now don’t get me wrong. But do I have a meaning when I talk? Not always. I’m watching you for sure. Listening. Learning. Thank you!

    • sherhara June 29, 2017 at 4:28 pm - Reply

      We all have aspects of our communication skills to improve upon. Stay tuned for more!

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