2 Important Reasons To Guard Your Words

 

 

The phrase Words Have Power  on a Blackboard

Don’t mix your words and your mood because you can change your mood but you can’t take your words back -Anonymous

If you think about it our words are powerful.

It can bring joy and gladness, or cause pain and heartbreak.

Have you ever paid attention to the words you speak?

Do you really have to pay attention to the word you speak?

When you have a tool that  has the potential to create or destroy, it is important to use it wisely.

If you are wondering why you should guard your words, I hope you find this tips useful.

1. Your words affect the people around you: When you ask people how they are doing or ask after their loved one, it communicates that you care.

Your words convene your heart.

Harsh words, once spoken cannot be retrieved . You may apologize but the damage may have been done already.

Avoid speaking in anger, you may say a lot more than you intend to.

Words carry great impact and when you think about the impact of those words on the recipient you will use it more carefully.

 

2 Your words affect you: Not only does your words affect the people around you but your words affect you as well. Energizing people around you with your words create a great environment for you.

What will you rather have?

A positive energy or a negative one around you.

Set the right environment for work or play with your words.

Your words shape the way you are perceived. Someone that corrects gently or provides constructive criticism is looked up to as a mentor.

How do people around you perceive you?

Are you fun to be around?

Or do people run into their private spaces when you come in.

How you make others feel comes back to affect how you feel.

Your words are impactful, use it wisely.

The power of life and death lies in the tongue – The Bible

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Julia derives joy and gratification from encouraging people. She adopts a very practical and straight to the point approach to her writing to uplift readers. A motivator and entrepreneur. She writes with a goal to motivate people to bring out the best in them. She married her best friend and sweetheart in 2006, they live together in NJ with their two boys.

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