8 Words You Use That Make You Sound Weak

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8 Words You Use That Make You Sound Weak

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Do you use negative or "slow down" words?

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Replace them with these positive choices.

Instead of "defend"

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Say "attack."

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Instead of "good"

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Say "great."

Instead of "block"

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Say "strike."

Instead of "retreat"

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Say "pounce."

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Instead of "can't"

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Say "will."

Instead of "try"

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Say "do."

Instead of "failed"

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Say "learned."

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Instead of "maybe"

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Say "definitely."

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