Your life will never be the same - learn the art of bragging. Flirt, ask, get and brag.
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Learn the Art of Bragging and Flirting Regena: Greetings, sisters, goddesses. Have no fear Regena is here. I’m Regena head mistress of Mama Gena’s School of Womanly Arts and today we’re going to investigate how you can change your world by changing your words, the Art of bragging. We as women have been taught a very interesting style of communication. You know the way we’ve been talked to speak to each other has a very specific outcome and our culture says it’s absolutely all right to share each other’s misery. You know what I mean you can call your girlfriend and you’re like Oh My Husband, Oh he forgot my birthday again and that’s okay. That’s all right to communicate. You know and what happens is we end up sharing the bad and feeling somewhat embarrassed about the good news. You know something incredible happens to you like I can’t talk about that that would be embarrassing. Oh but I can’t talk about the terrible experience I have with my boss or let me tell everyone you know so what we’re going to do is we’re going to practice a slight shift in communication because there’s so much power there. I want to practice each of you experiencing bragging now because we as women we’re not taught to brag. You had something wonderful happen to you and you were told to keep that to yourself a guy is a very different story and I know you have all been at that cocktail party with that man and he locks in the corner and he’s for 20 minutes talking about the gulp shot on the 17th pole and he’s holding now. And how he chose the right iron and how the wind was blowing but he knows how to compensate and he talked to his caddie and all—— right you’ve met this men. Yeah you’ve been there. And like your praying that the sort of the floor will open up and you’ll just go and — but the beautiful thing is a guy have been encouraged to promote themselves with their accomplishments. A woman on the other hand you go up to woman at the same party and you’ll say hi, hello, what do you do and she’ll say I’m writer and what do you do. Oh great you’re writer that’s wonderful. I want to pull it surprise that was the last year I have brother’s month. Excuse me you want to pull it sir, if I want to pull it sideward on my head. I have never leave it at home or maybe it’s not a hat but we don’t get a lot of encouragement to speak about the things that are glorious about us. So I’m here to encourage you because bragging is a revolutionary act of self love. What we’re going to do is you’re going to spin around and you’re going to brag about something wonderful that happened to you today or yesterday or recently. It could be a pleasure taken; it could be an accomplishment that you are very proud off. It could be something incredible and unpredictable that occurred for you. So we want to hear the good news, we’re going to start sharing it and see what happens. Let’s go sister goddess Julie. Sister Goddess Julie: Sister Goddess Julie and I have to brag about my husband has been saying no any car for quite a long time and this week I really turned his head around and I just appealed to him from another angle that he hadn’t seen coming and he finally said yes. He said yes to my new car and I can go pick it and he’s okay with whatever I decide and you know what I have the joy of that was just to get him to see yes and that was have to joy. I haven’t even looked at the new car yet. I just like getting the yes was really cool so that’s my brag. Regena: Excellent, that’s beautiful, beautiful, and beautiful. Sister Goddess Angie. Sister Goddess Angie. I have a brag I arrived home last night and my boyfriend had taken a various pit holes and sprinkled them all over the bed and bedroom and it was like so proud of himself and it just made me so happy and when I came home. Regena: Lovely. I love it, I love it, I love it. Excellent, do I have any brag from anybody who’s a little uncomfortable bragging? Female: I can call it gratitude or I could call it you know — but br