How Can You Use & Benefit From The Law of Attraction in Your Business
If you’ve never used the Law of Attraction (LoA) before, you might wonder what it is, why so many people believe it is true, and how you can use it to your benefit.
What Is The Law of Attraction?
The Law of Attraction states that things that are alike will attract each other. That is, if I think positively and I concentrate on positive outcomes, then my thoughts will actually attract those positive outcomes into my life.
The Law of Attraction recommends very specific ways in which you can change your life through actions, rather than just thoughts.
It’s simple. By transforming your mindset to focus on what you want, rather than what you don’t have, you will come to view the world in a different way.
In short, using the Law of Attraction will keep you focused on ways to improve your life, rather than roadblocks that may simply be perceived, rather than true.
How Can You Use the Law of Attraction to Your Benefit?
The Law of Attraction has many uses. It can be used to achieve goals and to improve your financial situation. It can be used to get a promotion at work. And it can be used to improve your interpersonal relationships.
The Law of Attraction is not only a statement about attraction, but it is also a suggestion for how we should think about situations in our lives. It urges us to think about abundance, rather than scarcity.
Consider the following 3 situations and decide whether you have an abundance or scarcity mindset:
- You’re deciding whether to help out a business associate with a new project he has in mind. You know that it has the potential to be successful, and you know that you can help him to implement it. But, ultimately, you decide not to do it. You decide that a small part of your customer base overlaps with his – and you don’t want to lose even a single customer to him.
- You’re deciding whether to start an affiliate program to promote your new product, but you’re discouraged by the fact that you have never done this before. Instead of seeking out help, you decide that it probably won’t work out, so you don’t do it.
- You just started a new business. You want to rent an office and you know that this is a big risk, but instead of letting this bog you down, you refuse to view it as an obstacle; and instead push forward, determined to make it work no matter how hard it may seem initially.
After reading these examples, can you see the difference between an “abundance” mindset and “scarcity” mindset?
How to Apply the Law of Attraction to Your Business
So, when it comes to your business, how can you apply the Law of Attraction?
First and foremost, it exhorts you to practice focus, visualization, and abundance.
Let’s see how you can do each of these:
When it comes to your business focus is critical. Without focus, you will find yourself lost in the noise of business while important signals pass over your head. That is, you will spend time chasing around dead-end ideas; you will dump money into projects and then promptly give up on them, and you will allow success to elude you at all possible opportunities.
Set specific goals and focus very narrowly on them. Instead of spending almost no time drafting the goals and most of your time working towards ill-defined goals, focus on the goals; and once you set them, don’t let anyone or anything move you away from them.
The brain has an unbelievable capacity to simulate events. And you should use it to visualize how your business will develop, grow, and transform into a lucrative opportunity for you visualizing what your business will be, how it will run, and how everything will come together.
The abundance mindset is also important. Many new business owners err on the side of being cheap. They skimp on the sign for the business; they bargain employee wages as low as they can go, and they purchase low-quality materials from suppliers. As a result, many of them ultimately fail. And many others permanently end up as small businesses with no growth potential. The stinginess and attitude that they convey is ultimately what they attract when they hire help and encounter customers.
Creating Business Partnerships Using The Law of Attraction
Focus very carefully on each of your business partnerships.
Visualize how they will play a role in the future of your business. And then work with your business partners accordingly.
If you want to forge partnerships, then you must first visualize them.
Next, you must remain open to them and willingly accept them when they present themselves.
Remember that the essence of the Law of Attraction is focusing on abundance and positivity and it consists of visualizing positive outcomes very carefully and then translating those visualizations into concrete actions.
The key to getting everything to work is simply to follow this three-step procedure:
First, fix a goal.
Second, visualize yourself accomplishing that goal.
And third, open yourself to realizing that goal.
The Law of Attraction is all about goals and achievement. It contains a well-known truth: that the difference between those who succeed and those who fail is often a very slim margin. The ones who succeed were willing to stay with a goal for just a little bit longer; and the ones who failed gave in.
Whether it comes to business, your personal life, or your goals, you should focus on abundance, rather than scarcity. And the reason for doing so is clear: you want to attract abundance into your life, not scarcity, so this is precisely what you should fix your thoughts on.
At the end of the day, it is ultimately up to you to apply the Law of Attraction (or to not apply it) and to set goals that you truly think are worthy of your time and effort and to follow through with these goals using visualization and acceptance.
So what are you waiting for?
Get started today and initiate your first goal-setting session and decide what it is that you want to accomplish most.
Once you are finished with that, set some time aside tonight to focus on those goals and visualize how you will make them happen.
Finally, make sure you are truly open to the realization of your goals so that you do not subtly sabotage them by undermining the goals you have selected.
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