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Positive Self-talk: A little journal book with BIG talk, is a tiny journal book. It has less than 50 pages with oversized fonts and it has lots of space to write. 

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POSITIVE Self-talk, A little journal book with BIG talk…is a journal book about speaking to yourself from that positive place inside yourself. This journal book is for anyone who dares to dream and who dares to stand up for that which has been placed inside of them. This journal book is for the person who will never give up. Why a journal book? Internalizing your thoughts by placing each word on “paper” will help take you to that place only you and God knows. Each word will help you to go inside yourself and will enable you to start speaking life to all aspects of your life. When you know better, you do better. There is only one you and you are not an accident. It is important to use vocabulary that is positive no matter what you may be going through. Positive words transfer to powerful words. Thus, POSITIVE Self-talk will help you gain or refresh that inner and outer voice of freedom. Continue to talk to yourself and watch what POSITIVE Self-talk will accomplish in your life.

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