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The Power of Thought on Your English Skills
Lindsay: This is an All Ears English Podcast, Episode 49: “The Power of Thought on Your English Skills.”
Gabby: Welcome to the All Ears English Podcast, where you’ll finally get real, native English conversation. Now here are your hosts, Lindsay McMahon, the ‘English Adventurer’ and Gabby Wallace, the ‘Language Angel,’ coming to you from Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
Lindsay: In this episode, learn about what your brain is wired to focus on and find out how to override negative patterns to become a better English speaker.
Gabby: Hi Lindsay. How’s it going?
Lindsay: Hey Gabby. Feeling excellent
Gabby: Good. Good. (Um), so I know today is a ‘Deep Thoughts Thursday’ and we have a quote to share with you guys. (Um) Lindsay you have that quote right?
Lindsay: Yes, here it is. “All that we are is the result of what we have thought. The mind is everything. What we think, we become.” Gabby:
I love that.
I know and this is by none other than the Buddha.
Excellent. Excellent source. I love this quote so much, especially the end, “What we think, we become” and it makes me think about you guys as English language speakers because I’ve heard a lot of you guys say things like “My English is so bad,” or “I can’t speak English” and, (you know), maybe you’re trying to be modest, maybe you’re trying to sound like, (you know), you’re not full of yourself or egotistical, but by telling yourself that message over and over, you’re actually becoming a worse English speaker.
Yeah. And it’s interesting when you think about like – one thing that I’ve heard from neuroscientists is this idea that (um) the brain is like Velcro for bad experiences and like Teflon for good ones. So we’re wired up as the human species to actually pull in bad experiences and to emphasize them.
If you go through a ten minute conversation and you don’t make – you make one or two mistakes. But you actually made, (you know), you actually pulled off some great sentences and used expressions, your mind will focus on the bad things, the mistakes you made. So realize that that’s the nature of the mind, that’s the way we’re wired as humans.
And so what are you going to do to over-, kind of override that?
Well that must affect your confidence too, right?
I would imagine.
Yeah. This also reminds me – I don’t know if you’ve heard of this study
where there was a Japanese scientist who took bottles or glasses of water and he said nice things to one glass of water and he said really bad, hateful things to the other glass of water and then he looked at the water (um) molecules under a microscope and they looked very different.
Whoa! That is so interesting.
So it’s really like what you think or what you project on yourself, you will become.
There is some truth in this.
So what can we do? So after we’ve gone through a conversation, maybe have a little conversation with ourselves and think about what we did well.
Yes, absolutely. Think about what you’ve done well (um) this year, this month, this week, today, maybe in the last five minutes. Oh my gosh, you’ve done something great by listening to this podcast.
Yeah, so congratulate yourself. Take a minute to really bask in the glory of all the good things that you’ve been doing and that will super power your motivation.
(Uh-huh). You can rewire your brain if you really put yourself to it.
Awesome. Great. Get to it guys.
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Sources from this episode: Rick Hanson, Neuroscientist, http://www.rickhanson.net/
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