Self-Talk videos

Whether positive or negative, our self-talk is a powerful force in how we run out lives and, in many cases, what our outcomes are. Watch these four videos to learn more about this topic.

As you’ll see, these come from a variety of sources, overlap each other in some ways, and may seem to contradict each other in other ways. But they’ll make you think – or re-think – this vital topic!

1⃣ Stop Negative Self-Talk with Steve Harvey
also on YouTube at: (4 minutes)

Broderick Stephen Harvey is an American comedian, television host, producer, radio personality, actor, and author. He hosts The Steve Harvey Morning Show, Family Feud, Celebrity Family Feud, the Miss Universe pageant and Fox’s New Year’s Eve. More at

2⃣ Renewing Your Mindset with Bruce Pulver
also on YouTube at: (14 minutes)

A list of the acronyms used by Bruce in this talk can be found here.

Bruce Pulver was inspired to write the book “Above the Chatter, Our Words Matter” to offer words of inspiration to others wishing to change their lives. He is passionate about self-improvement and is committed to learning and investing in people. The book is the culmination of a 400 consecutive days of writing short personal messages to help others make each day successful regardless of their situations. More at

3⃣ Control Your Brain with Mel Robbins
also on YouTube at: (15 minutes)

Melanie Robbins is an American television host, author, and motivational speaker. Robbins is known for covering the George Zimmerman trial for CNN, her TEDx talk “How to Stop Screwing Yourself Over” and her book ” The 5 Second Rule.” More at

4⃣ Overcoming Bad Inner Voices from The School of Life
also on YouTube at: (6 minutes)

The School of Life is an educational company that offers advice on life issues. It was founded by Alain de Botton in 2008, is headquartered in London and has branches in major cities around the world. The School offers a variety of programs and services covering finding fulfilling work, mastering relationships, achieving calm, and understanding and changing the world. More at

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3 thoughts on “Self-Talk videos

  1. I have not had time to view the videos yet, but it seems like a good idea for sure. Will let you know more after I have viewed the contents. -Joe Loomis

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