“Every day, in every day, I am getting better and better.” Decades ago, I was taught to repeat this statement daily, apparently written by Emile Coue, the founder of Coueism. Was this positive reinforcement, self-help, neurolinguistic programming, do-it-yourself psychoanalysis?
A common human problem has a commonly-known label: “writer’s block.” So I propose repeating this statement daily as a kind of “cure”:
“I LIKE TO WRITE.”
Repeat it over and over. After a few weeks, you may actually find you really DO like to write, and you may find yourself actually writing MORE. Very strange. Try it? But let me know if it “works for you…”
Of course, you can substitute any number of other words after the phrase “I LIKE TO…”
Life itself can generate so many thoughts and quotations, like: The imagination knows no limits… The goal is always to be creating the kind of world you’d like to live in, every day… Live personal, think universal… Know what you like, surround yourself by it, and exclude all the rest…