By becoming aware of your language and using positive communication, you have the ability to create positive outcomes.
A perfect example of this in practice is when we encourage our clients to walk after their adjustment.
Instead of saying:
“Don’t forget your walk (as if they might be forgetful!).”
“Enjoy your walk, Michael!” or “Have fun on your walk, Megan.”
If you want to develop positive communication habits, then it is crucial to surround yourself with people who use positive language.
Over the years, I have collected a list of powerful, positive words, thanks to many great teachers and mentors.
This is an effective list to discuss with your team. Some of the words on this list are there simply for fun!
To view the resource list, click here to follow the link and read our latest Feature Article “The Power of Positive Language”.