Change Your Language, Change Your Life

Josh Perry | BMX Athlete, Multiple Brain Tumor Survivor

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Change your language, change your life!

Is it better to say “MY depression” or “THE depression”?

When speaking about anxiety, depression, disease, or sickness, never use possessive words that make these things a part of you or someone else.

Distance yourself from these things.

Do not give them power over you.

My guest on Growth Mindset University today is Josh Perry, a BMX superstar who survived multiple brain tumors. Hear the full conversation at


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