Marvin P. Stein, C.P.A., P.A.
The Butcher Shop
Research shows that self-talk is not only a key component to thinking and processing information, but is also how we build our ideas of who we are. This means that when self-talk goes awry, it’s the main source of our biggest block to creativity: the Inner Critic.
What if there were simple and effective ways to change our self-talk for the better and banish the inner critic in order to do our best work as contributors, collaborators, and leaders? Fortunately, there are! First, you’ll discover the 3 mental power tools that we already possess to stop the inner critic in its tracks. Then you’ll learn methods for dealing with the fear of being judged and criticized, how to transform highly critical self-talk into that of approval and encouragement, and ways to feel like your ideas are good enough and stop committing “ideacide.”
By the end, you’ll have a roadmap of how to both get unstuck and channel your creativity as a force for positive change in the world.