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Apr 22, 2017

Mark England, the founder of Procabulary, has been on a life-long quest of self-improvement. Through a series of adventures (some intentional, others completely unplanned), he found his way to the world of language.

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There, he discovered the impact of the words we use on our actions and behavior. He found that language can influence behavior, and changing our language is the first step in changing our lives.

After experiencing the incredible power of this language change for himself, he started teaching others. Thousands of hours later, he’s developed a self-paced online course called the Core Language Upgrade.

You’ll find out a lot about the system, its development, and how to implement some of it into your life right now by listening to the podcast. If you’re interested in taking the course, he makes an incredibly generous offer for WLC podcast listeners near the end of the conversation (but you’ll have to listen to find out what it is and how to make use of it).

Whether you’re interested in the course or not, you’ll be interested in what Mark and I discussed. All of it can have a major impact on your experience of daily life:

  • Gaining awareness of your facial expressions so that they match how you’re feeling on the inside.
  • How language influences (and creates) your own opinion of yourself, your identity.
  • How you create who you are with the words you choose.
  • How one of Mark’s greatest life failures led him toward the opportunity of his life.
  • How changing the words you use in conversation can literally change your life.
  • How Mark developed the Procabulary training program.
  • The secret and effective way to instantly decrease your stress about any situation.
  • How prolonged bouts of indecision create tremendous amounts of stress, and how to change it by taking out specific key words in your self-talk.
  • How to identify your soft-talk key words in order to change your behavior.
  • Why changing your language is the first step in the process of changing your life.