(say it with me in Rob Schneider voice) "You can do it!"

Monday. Blah. Need some motivation to make it through not only another work week, but LIFE!?!

A new study found that talking to yourself in the SECOND PERSON makes you perform better.  Like saying, "YOU can do it" instead of "I can do it." Saying "you" instead of "I" might help psychologically by giving you a more distanced perspective - like you're on the outside looking in. Plus, it kinda mimics the way a coach or parent would speak to you, and that alone puts you in a more disciplined mindset. Be your own cheerleader!

I like to speak to myself in the third person, especially in public. "Carrie Leigh can do it!" Try that. Of course, with your own name. Weird looks...

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