Channeling Your Inner Energy Towards Career Goals Using The Law of Attraction

law of attractionWhen you are using your inner energy (the law of attraction) to meet your own career goals you will find your life much more gratifying. There are ways to get your inner energy to come out and this will help you achieve your goals in life. With the law of attraction, anything is going to be possible. All you need to do is put your mind to it and make things work for you. When you decide something with the law of attraction it is set in stone. You know what you want to happen it watch as the things around you help you towards reaching your goal.

Do not get discouraged if something does not go your way at work at first, the law of attraction takes time to work. You need to think about the problem and then work hard towards goals that are going to help the situation. Once you have a plan of action figured out you will be better able to make certain choices and get to where you want to be in life with both your personal and your business goals. The law of attraction helps with this.

Having a high level of energy is important when you are trying to get something that you really want. The law of attraction is multiplied by the amount of energy you have in your life. If you want to become a great success in life, you should think about the things that will help you get there. Do not let anything stand in your way of having the happiness that you deserve. There are going to be difficulties in life and the only way to make good come from these difficulties is to be prepared for them. Letting things stand in your way is something that you should never do. This completely works against the mindset of using the law of attraction. Continue reading “Channeling Your Inner Energy Towards Career Goals Using The Law of Attraction”

What Does This Make Possible?

Came across a great article on mindset by Michael Hyatt. It’s a great way to see negatives as positives. Do this everyday and I guarantee you’ll see changes in your own life and your business.

In 2003, I was named President of Thomas Nelson. It was an extremely busy time. I made some major changes to my executive team and had two vacant positions. As a result, I essentially had three jobs.

One morning on my way to work, I grabbed my computer case in my right hand, a fresh cup of coffee in my left and headed downstairs to the garage to leave to work.

Four steps from the bottom, I slipped on the carpet. Without a free hand to grab the stair-rail, I tumbled forward. The next thing I knew, I was flat on my fanny on the landing.

I wasn’t immediately aware of any pain. However, my dress shirt and tie were soaked in coffee. I remember thinking, Shoot! I’m going to have to completely change my clothes. This was particularly frustrating, because I was already running late, and I had a very busy day ahead of me.

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