You hear those words (now, some day) worked into a song (“With Arms Outstretched” by Rilo Kiley), into a movie (“Vincent” with Tom Cruise), or in the Netflix series “Stranger Things.” You are oblivious as the lyrics or script unfolds. You say or write down those words (now, some day) when you convey something you want every day. If you communicate with yourself or others unconsciously, then you will miss impacting the world around you and within you by the words you use habitually.
Take for example, these two expressions, now, and some day. When you are going to decide that you are going to start exercising some day, you are not committed to starting. If you say I am going to start now, you are ready to begin exercising immediately. There is a big difference in how you approach exercising (or anything) and whether you are not dedicated or you are dedicated. It is simple, not easy. Notice the language you are using every day. Once you begin to move from using your words unconsciously to consciously, your world will change forever!
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