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70. Don’t Should All Over Yourself

May 16, 2022 | Podcast | 0 comments

Jen is in a rowboat on Lake Bled in Slovenia, wearing a purple tank top and sunglasses as she looks off into the distance. The title of this episode "Don't 'Should' All Over Yourself" is in blue font on a white background.

Should, have to, must, need to – these are all words that take away our power. The good news is that there are other, more empowering words you can use, along with a few simple steps to take to change your language towards a positive shift.

Here is another episode to listen to related to mindset:

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