Noticing your Internal Dialogue is better than fighting it.

Your internal dialogue is better any day out in the open.

If you fight it, it will simply go underground, below your radar, it will go and lurk in dark places in you that you don't even know about and will play you like a puppet.

You can't fight it and win.  Simple as that.

You only win with your internal dialogue if you keep it out in the open, keep pulling the curtain aside and revealing it's shady manipulations and it's unchallenged assumptions.

Invite your internal dialogue to show itself and be part of your planning process.

The Kiwis have a saying: "Better out than in".

In this case, it's very, very true!

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