Posted: Friday, August 28th, 2020 by Gaelyn Whitley Keith






In this cute cartoon created by Annelies, age ten, we can see the importance of our words. What we say and think shapes our future. Listen to the people around you. You might be surpised to see how it is shaping their world.

Posted: Tuesday, July 14th, 2020 by Gaelyn Whitley Keith

A photograph is shaped more by the "'Self-Talk'" of the person taking the picture than by what's in front of it. 

 

To prove this Canon Australia invited six photographers to a portrait session with a twist. ‘Decoy’ is one of six experiments from The Lab, designed to shift creative thinking behind the lens. 

If otheres tell you it is imposible will you prove them wrong. Make sure the picture you are giving others is the one want you want them to have. What are you saying when you talk to yourself?

Posted: Friday, June 12th, 2020 by Gaelyn Whitley Keith

What have you been saying over the last few months? What have you heard others say? Are people talking death or life? Jesus instructed us, "For by your WORDS you will be justified, and by your WORDS you will be condemned. (Matt. 12:37)

I was thinking about this and one WORD stood out to me - WORDS. WORDS are more important than most people realize. WORDS will make us or break us. WORDS heal us or make us sick. Our WORDS - the WORDS we spoke in the past - made life what it is today. In todays world it is more important than ever to guard your heart. Be careful about the WORDS you say and listen to. They will set the boundaries of your life. You will never realize anything beyond the WORDS you speak. You will never have anything beyond your own WORDS.

Posted: Saturday, July 4th, 2020 by Gaelyn Whitley Keith

People who practice thinking positively, physically reshape their brain by changing what they think. Research has shown that thinking positively, physically grows new neurons in the left pre-frontal cortex of your brain, and boost your ability to see alternative solutions. That increases your chances of making better choices and being more successful. Tap your forehead above the left eyebrow. That's where a lot of your positive possibilities get there start. The correct self-talk grows more neurons there.
Smarter than a Gorrilla

If your self talk is positive, you're not only wiring in new neural pathways that change how you feel, how you look at life, and how successful you're going to be at just about anything; you're changing the structure of your brain in the right way. What are you going to do today to reshape your brain? How are you going to make your life more positive?

Posted: Wednesday, June 3rd, 2020 by Gaelyn Whitley Keith

If there is one thing I have learned about self-talk it is that it influences our world. Nuero-scientist have proven it. I have seen it with my own eyes with the rice experiment. Today while at a business lunch we decided to launch a new book to help children understand the value of what we are saying. The title will be "Why call the Cat when you want the Dog!" We hope to have it available in a few months. Below is a quick sketch we made.

Don't call the cat when you want the Dog!