The Art of Positive Affirmations

Create A New Storyline for Yourself

Do you ever wonder how your thoughts form your perception of the world around you, specifically when it comes to how you fit into the world? Take a moment to consider how your negative feelings about yourself might be getting in the way of progressing your career, creating meaningful relationships, and investing in your future.

Now, consider what would happen if you were able to boost your self-esteem and think more positively about yourself and your place in the world.

Enter, positive affirmations.

You, me, and practically everyone else in the 21st century have heard of positive affirmations, but have you ever wondered how they work and if they could work for you? If so, my The Art of Positive Affirmations webinar is perfect for you.

Together, on Tuesday, November 24th at 5:00 pm EST, I’ll be working with participants to explore the power of self-affirmation and discuss the science behind how thoughts are formed and why we trend toward negative self-thought.

Meet James Bryant, the Facilitator of The Art of Positive Affirmations

I am extremely motivated to make a positive impact in the world by helping people discover their inner hero. I believe the many people settle for mediocrity, and are unaware of the greatness that lies within. It is my honor to help you realize your potential so that you can achieve everything you desire overcoming any and every obstacle along the way. I am a husband, a father to two boys, and I love spending time with my family. I have spent over 20 years managing project and programs in the public and private sector in various positions of leadership. I host a weekly radio show & podcast titled Better You 4U, where I talk about my journey of building a business while maintaining a well balanced life.

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Better You 4U LLC

Stop Self-Sabotaging

So many of us live in a continuous state of low self-esteem. We might occasionally think that we’re capable people, who can amount to great things, but those thoughts can be fleeting. More commonly, we replay thoughts in our head that tell us things like, “I could never do that,” or “That will never happen to me.”

As a result, the concept of self-affirmations can feel fake, forced, or impossible.

I get it, looking in the mirror and telling yourself how awesome you are can feel, well, awkward. This is only because we’re so used to speaking poorly of ourselves. But it doesn’t have to be that way!

If you’re ready to start new, positive patterns of self-thought that can begin to heal your mind, body, and self image, don’t miss out on this opportunity for growth.

I Can’t Wait to Share With You on Tuesday, November 24th at 5:00 pm EST!