"The Wisdom of living in the present is the most gratifying partner.It reminds us of one of the greatest truths of all time: no matter what challenges we face, everything can change in an instant.What is the language now?Before we explore the present language, we must first understand the power of the present.The best way to sum up the power of the present is through this observation.Who we are today, who we are now, is the direct result of our past thoughts and actions ...... Until now.We choose to be the people of tomorrow and the future, which will be the direct result of our thoughts and actions today ...... Now ...... At this and every moment that follows!This is powerful and true!At the moment, someone said, "If you can get here, you can get anywhere now!"By working in the moment, our focus is more focused, our energy is more balanced, and our ability to adapt to a changing environment is more accessible."Language has a magical power," Freud said.They can create the greatest joy or the deepest despair."By becoming more aware of our language and even making minor adjustments to the way we use them, we can dramatically change our relationships, our environment, and our lives.Every expression we Express to ourselves in the present, the present tense, is the language of the present.What we Express now in the present tense can be the selfEmpowerment or selfdefeating.The purpose of this article is to help us become aware of our current language and to clarify that these aspects may be helpful to us if we make some gradual changes or changes."Past behavior is the best predictor of future results.Some people say: "Madness is to continue to do what you have been doing and look forward to different results."From the past spiritual masters to today's inspirational leaders, they have written a lot about this. they all point to one thing ...... Change.The changes they say are not huge, overwhelming and huge.They are small and incremental, and can hardly be seen.These are the changes we are talking about, and all of us can use them if we are open, right here, right now!What happens if we change our language?I recently had a coaching session with a client who told me "I'm always in trouble in negotiations."I have been able to fine tune my listening for years to understand what other people are using may be words of selfBeat or selfdestructive.I have heard two in this example.The first is the word "always.Everything is "always" rare.A more accurate word may be "often", "mostly", or "sometimes ".Expressing "forever" or anything else absolute, we may have the risk of predicting the future, at a time when the past is likely not the case.The second is more important. this is the most I have heard.The verb "get" in the present tense is dealing with past problems or trends and empowering it at the current moment, so immediately project it to the future, and give it the power to act and result in the future.When words leave our lips, it's as if we were projecting them into the future as if the movie were projecting onto the screen.The better way to express without taking away any truth is to say "past" or "until now ".So I invite my client to re-build his comments by identifying two changes here.His revision was "in the past, I often had trouble in negotiations.When he said this, I asked him how he felt.He described the feeling as "ease" and "liberation "."At that moment, he felt a shift, and since then I have observed that the change is becoming more and more attractive when he is expressed in more of his words.In another example, a client indicated to me that she was "going to try to give up control."There are two words in this statement that bother me again.The first is the word "go", which means it will happen sometime in the future.The second is the word "try", which shows their lack of commitment or belief in the ability to succeed.After repeated times, the re-built framework evolved into "I gave up control.When she said this, she noticed that her behavior had changed.Over the next few weeks, she found it easier than ever to give up control, which completely changed the way she ran her business and life.How do we change our language?Here are some ideas to help you re-build or modify your language so that you are more focused on the current language: 1.Invite friends or family members (gently) to point out to you when you hear you make a potential selfDefeat statement2.Listen closely to others and the way they express themselves, and observe where there is a future or past language, not the present.However, do not point this out to them unless they grant you permission.3.When watching TV or listening to the radio, listen to the way people speak in an interview.You may be surprised to find that most people use this self.They beat the language just because they didn't know the potential negative effects of the language.4.When you write in a diary, or write a letter or email, read carefully what you wrote to see if this modification would be better served in any of your languages.5.One of the most powerful statements you can make is "I am ......" At the beginning.When you think about "I am ..." Anything that is said afterwards is true, and when projected into the future, you may find yourself, so whatever comes next is positive, supportiveempowering.6.If you do not have a friend or family member who can or is willing to help you, please hire a trained coach to play the role with you.As we say, these changes are simple and gradual.They are the changes that we all have and can make.Only the potential positive effects of these changes have been experienced.Cannot describe or explain.Invite you to experience the power of the present language.This invitation is not for tomorrow, nor for next week.This invitation is right here, right now!