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what is self-talk? whataffect can negative salf-talk haveonyour caree?
Self Talk refers to the ongoing internal conversation with ourselves, which influences how we feel and behave. Also known as internal dialogue, [ self-talk is simply the way you talk to yourself inside your head. *Negative talk can cause you to believe that you cannot do well in your career which may cause it to actually happen. Negative self talk can have a very bad effect on your career as it
can cause you to become a much less confident worker. ]
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User: what is self-talk? whataffect can negative salf-talk haveonyour caree?



Weegy: Self Talk refers to the ongoing internal conversation with ourselves, which influences how we feel and behave. Also known as internal dialogue, [ self-talk is simply the way you talk to yourself inside your head. *Negative talk can cause you to believe that you cannot do well in your career which may cause it to actually happen. Negative self talk can have a very bad effect on your career as it can cause you to become a much less confident worker. ]
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