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11. “You are what you speak” with Mark England VirtForce Launching Virtual Careers

    • Self-Improvement

Show Notes | December 12, 2019 | Episode 011







You Are What You Speak 







We all struggle with self-doubt. This week’s episode provides us with the tools and resources needed on how we can reprogram our mind to have architect vocabulary instead of conflict vocabulary. We have all been in a situation where we have talked ourselves out of an opportunity or have experienced self sabotage. TEDx speaker Mark England discusses procabulary and the impact it can have on us when we take away conflict words and replace them with architect words instead. 







If you are a new listener to VirtForce Podcast, we would love to hear from you. Please visit our Contact Page and let us know how we can help you today!







Links and Resources







VirtForce Podcast 







Kimber Hill LinkedIn







Mark England Instagram







Procabulary 







Explore these Resources







In this episode, we mentioned the following resources:







Mark England TED Talk







Scott Tucker on Finding Purpose & Unlocking Financial Wellness







Join the ConversationOur favorite part of recording a live podcast each week is participating in the great conversations that happen on our live chat, on social media, and in our comments section.  







VirtForce on Facebook







VirtForce on LinkedIn







Check Out More VirtForce Programming







Portable & Fulfilling Work in Your Field with Freedom Learning Group







LinkedIn Hot Tips from Jaime Chapman







Milspouses: The Perfect Fit for Aira







Live Q&A With Career Coach, Kristen Earp







How MilSpouses Can Take A Step into Remote Work







Launching a Career in IT When You Do Not Have A Degree







How VetForce Can Help Military Spouses Launch A Career in Tech







Blog Post







Finding the right way to verbalize our emotions and feelings can be tricky, often leaving us to feel as if we simply can’t find the words we need in order to say something so simple. 







Our vocabulary is such a big part of who we are and has a big impact on how we view our life and what’s happening around us. So much so, that we are what we speak. What if I told you there was a way that we can change our vocabulary to help us change our mindset?







In today’s episode, that is exactly what we are talking about. We discuss conflict vs. architect vocabulary, the kind of impact those words have on our daily life, and most importantly how we can change our vocabulary to Procabulary.







VirtForce had the amazing opportunity to shine this week’s spotlight on Mark England. Podcast host Kimber sat down with Mark to discuss procabulary and how we can transform our mindset to talk like a professional. Mark is a TEDx speaker, with a background of business and international education where he uses his skills to help others. He has professionally coached thousands and transforming the lives of so many with the strategy he uses in his courses.







As we get ready to close out this year, this decade, listen closely as Mark shares a few gems with our VirtForce community. We want you to use these gems and apply them to your goals for 2020. May they be big or small, there is no right or wrong. Change your perspective on how you view your life, by changing the way you talk to yourself. We want you to use your words to not only influence yourself but those who are around you.

Show Notes | December 12, 2019 | Episode 011







You Are What You Speak 







We all struggle with self-doubt. This week’s episode provides us with the tools and resources needed on how we can reprogram our mind to have architect vocabulary instead of conflict vocabulary. We have all been in a situation where we have talked ourselves out of an opportunity or have experienced self sabotage. TEDx speaker Mark England discusses procabulary and the impact it can have on us when we take away conflict words and replace them with architect words instead. 







If you are a new listener to VirtForce Podcast, we would love to hear from you. Please visit our Contact Page and let us know how we can help you today!







Links and Resources







VirtForce Podcast 







Kimber Hill LinkedIn







Mark England Instagram







Procabulary 







Explore these Resources







In this episode, we mentioned the following resources:







Mark England TED Talk







Scott Tucker on Finding Purpose & Unlocking Financial Wellness







Join the ConversationOur favorite part of recording a live podcast each week is participating in the great conversations that happen on our live chat, on social media, and in our comments section.  







VirtForce on Facebook







VirtForce on LinkedIn







Check Out More VirtForce Programming







Portable & Fulfilling Work in Your Field with Freedom Learning Group







LinkedIn Hot Tips from Jaime Chapman







Milspouses: The Perfect Fit for Aira







Live Q&A With Career Coach, Kristen Earp







How MilSpouses Can Take A Step into Remote Work







Launching a Career in IT When You Do Not Have A Degree







How VetForce Can Help Military Spouses Launch A Career in Tech







Blog Post







Finding the right way to verbalize our emotions and feelings can be tricky, often leaving us to feel as if we simply can’t find the words we need in order to say something so simple. 







Our vocabulary is such a big part of who we are and has a big impact on how we view our life and what’s happening around us. So much so, that we are what we speak. What if I told you there was a way that we can change our vocabulary to help us change our mindset?







In today’s episode, that is exactly what we are talking about. We discuss conflict vs. architect vocabulary, the kind of impact those words have on our daily life, and most importantly how we can change our vocabulary to Procabulary.







VirtForce had the amazing opportunity to shine this week’s spotlight on Mark England. Podcast host Kimber sat down with Mark to discuss procabulary and how we can transform our mindset to talk like a professional. Mark is a TEDx speaker, with a background of business and international education where he uses his skills to help others. He has professionally coached thousands and transforming the lives of so many with the strategy he uses in his courses.







As we get ready to close out this year, this decade, listen closely as Mark shares a few gems with our VirtForce community. We want you to use these gems and apply them to your goals for 2020. May they be big or small, there is no right or wrong. Change your perspective on how you view your life, by changing the way you talk to yourself. We want you to use your words to not only influence yourself but those who are around you.

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