Interrogative Self-Talk

Interrogative Self-Talk

Psychologists found that interrogative self-talk, i.e., asking yourself a question about a future action increases the likelihood of it happening. For example, rather than saying “I’m going to the gym later.” You would say, “Will I go to the gym later?” It triggers more goal-oriented behavior.

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