Oct 102008

Movies and books about the laws of attraction are becoming more and more popular over the past few years, and yet some people are still not able to tap into the unlimited potential each of us have, why? Two words, belief systems.

It is easy for some of us to go through the day “faking it till we make it” and act happy, act like everything is going great, act like life has dealt us the best hand possible, but then after the day is over and once know one is around pain and frustration overwhelms us. Life is truly meant to be abundant for each and every one of us and there is so much more than enough to go around, even in this economic “hardship.” Ask yourself are you letting the news, and “bad economy,” and “bad job market,” hinder your life and business?

Being that there is more than enough money and business to go around what is your outlook when you start your day? If it is anything else than, “this is going to be the best day of my life and everything is going to happen absolutely perfectly today,” you have then conditioned your mind to begin to identify all the experiences you enjoy about life, rather than looking for things to complain and feel bad about.

But, let’s get back to the real reason why changing our outlook can require a little more work than just continuing to drive positive affirmations into our heads every day. I challenge you to dig deep and think about any experiences in life that have truly angered, caused pain, resentment, and hate. Or, experiences that have brought you positive attention and made you feel appreciated and desired. You see if you ask someone what experiences made them what they are today, they almost immediately think about the negative experiences they have had and situations they will do anything to avoid due to discomfort. Take a moment and think back to childhood, what brought the attention onto you? What have you anchored into your subconscious mind that drives you unconsciously today? Is it clumsiness, success, self destruction, abuse, being funny, making a mess? The list can go on and on, but if you can take a serious guided look into what you did or what others did when you were a child you can identify what belief systems were created and work with them at the root.

Take a little “me” time and think about what is driving you to do what you do, and remember “if the best day of your life was more than seven days ago you are mismanaging your life.”

Good luck, God bless, and have a spectacular day!

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