[7GM1789] Mindful Monday: Winning The Battle Against That Little Voice In Your Head

Today's topic is How To Win The Battle Against That Little Voice In Your Head

Listen to Yesterday's Episode

NO DOWNLOAD Required Continuous Play
Click PLAY Once, Listen All Day!

Today's Episode is being brought to you by Audible
Today's Episode is being brought to you by Audible

If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to get the next ones automatically!
Subscribe via Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | YouTube | Spotify

Audio On How To Win The Battle Against That Little Voice In Your Head Contributed by Our Friends at The School of Life

In today's episode of 7 Good Minutes, in our Mindful Monday segment, we talk about Winning The Battle Against That Little Voice In Your Head.

That little voice in your head, the one that's always telling you that you're not good enough, that you can't do it, that you're going to fail, is your biggest enemy. But here's the thing: you're not alone. We all have that little voice; it's just a matter of learning how to quiet it.

Here are four tips to help you win the battle against negative thinking.

Acknowledge The Voice

The first step to winning the battle is to acknowledge that the voice exists. So often, we try to ignore the negative thoughts and push them away. But in reality, that just makes them louder.

Acknowledging the thoughts for what they are negative, self-defeating, and untrue is the first step to quieting them down.

Reframe Your Thoughts

Once you've acknowledged the negative thoughts, it's time to start reframing them. For example, let's say you're trying to lose weight, and that little voice tells you, “You're never going to be skinny.” Reframe that thought by reminding yourself that being skinny isn't necessarily the goal; being healthy is.

And remind yourself that you are capable of making healthy choices and reaching your goals.

Practice Gratitude

When we focus on what we don't have, it's easy to get caught up in negative thinking. One way to shift your focus is by practicing gratitude. Make a point of noticing and appreciating all the good things in your life, no matter how small they may seem.

Focusing on the positive will help silence the negative voice in your head.

Seek Professional Help

If you find that you can't seem to shake those negative thoughts on your own, don't be afraid to seek professional help. A therapist can help you identify and reframe negative thought patterns, as well as provide tools and techniques for managing them effectively.

Negative thinking is a common issue that we all deal with at one time or another. But it doesn't have to control us we can control it.

By acknowledging the thoughts, reframing them, practicing gratitude, and seeking professional help when necessary, we can learn how to quiet that negative voice in our heads and live happier, more fulfilling lives.

Thought For Today:

Once you replace negative thoughts with positive ones, you'll start having positive results. Click To Tweet

More Links and Resources On How To Win The Battle Against That Little Voice In Your Head

How To Simplify Your Life In A Chaotic World

Matt D'Avella: Why So Many People Are So Unhappy

Freddy Fri: Be On The Lookout For Fake Friends

How To Deal With And Rid Yourself Of Inner Conflict

15 Things There Is No Need To Apologize For

Adam LoDolce: How to Love Yourself And Be Happy


Click Below Now
More Great Self-Improvement Books and Resources


Show Credits:

The audio clip featured in today's episode of the 7 Good Minutes Podcast is courtesy of our Friends at The School of Life

Thanks for Listening Today!

If you enjoyed this podcast, please share it with someone you believe will enjoy, and benefit from listening to it.

To share your thoughts:

To help out the show:

The School of Life is an organization built to help us find calm, self-understanding, resilience, and connection especially during troubled times.

We place emphasis on the need to understand ourselves better, so that we can secure serenity and make optimally reliable decisions, particularly around love and work.

What listeners are saying about

7 Good Minutes



Eye-opening Indeed! I knew the basics but the way he breaks it down is a reality check.

mdc1621 - from the United States

Easy to reach, short & to the pointโœจ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป

Morning motivation! Not just waking up your body but also your mind.

erkanrasitoglu - from Turkey

Extremely helpful

Seven minutes that are worth careful attention. I've learned so much from it. Definitely love it!!!

prazeres.f7 - from Brazil

Just Listen

We are all different we donโ€™t all like everything others like. Listen to a few find your opinion this is so easy because it is only 7 minutes it brings me to be a better person. Everyone reading this should want the same thing or Idk why you are here. This is aimed for betterment. It inspires a spark that can change you. Welcome and letโ€™s grow. START WITH January 27 2021 EPISODE very good and who hates Kobe Bryant.

Klas the claws - from Canada

Always Positive, High-quality content

The compilations of different speaker are always top-tier and varied from around the internet.

cabandor - from the United States of America

Definetly 7 enriching minutes of the day๐Ÿ˜


Yay_B - from India

A good feeling!

Listened the latest episode just now. Feeling good. Looking for more goodness! Thank you :)

hardikpshah25 - from India

Do You Want To Be Happier?

Join the Positive Vibe Tribe! Our private, by-invitation-only community where you get the inspiration, encouragement, and positive energy you need to fuel your journey to a happier life.
First Name
Email address
Secure and Spam free...