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How to silence the inner voice....


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Ladybug

Posted April 9, 2014 

 

I have no idea where I got this from, but it's in my quit diary and I thought I share it with you guys!

 

As to silencing the inner voice:

 

The secret is a repeated conscious choice. If you draw a saw across a log one time, you may make a scratch in the bar. If you draw it across the log a few more times you may scratch the surface of the wood.

 

If you keep drawing the saw across the same place on the log, the scratch will get deeper, until it becomes a cut, then a groove....

 

If you keep on drawing the saw across the log, beyond counting the number of times, eventually you'll draw it clear through to the other side.

 

Every morning you get up and consciously choose not to smoke today, you're drawing the saw across the log....keep doing that...and you'll reach the other side.

 

Keep sawing!!!

 

 

Link to original post: https://www.quittrain.com/topic/429-how-to-silence-the-inner-voice/

 

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