Is the Law of Attraction Failing You?

April 9, 2009 by  
Filed under Law of Attraction

insightAre you having trouble getting the Law of Attraction to work in your life? Here’s a clue to what could be happening: Using the Law of Attraction to achieve certain goals often requires FAR LESS WORK than achieving other goals.

Why is that so?

Because it is much, much harder to believe in and create something you do not passionately desire. But when you  focus on something that is naturally interesting to you — your work then becomes play.

Are Your Law of Attraction Goals a Good Fit?
Take a few minutes to ask yourself an important question — am I pursuing the right goal for ME?

Here’s why that is so important: You’ll never really achieve your true potential as long as you pour your energy into something that doesn’t really fit your true passions and interests.

Does that seem too simple?

Think about it for a moment. It’s really very easy to automatically adopt someone else’s goal. We were trained to do this as children. Most of us were taught to value the goals our parents and educational system set for us.

Some of us gave in and tried to do so. Some of us rebelled and learned to fail instead. And some of us felt somehow inadequate because we did not have the natural interest and/or aptitude to do what we were expected to do.

If you never seem to get the Law of Attraction working for you,  you might be setting goals you don’t really desire or believe in for yourself.

This will never going to lead to Law of Attraction success. What it will lead to is one false start after another — and a tendency to want to quit after the first bump in the road. This is a major dead-end, and will do nothing but gradually erode your self confidence.

Make the Law of Attraction Work
Be sure your goal really is YOUR goal for YOUR life. If you feel resistance, take a serious look at that. Ask yourself WHO you might really be setting that goal for?

Then ask yourself if you really have a burning passion for that goal, and are willing to work through any so-called failures to achieve it. If your answer is no — this may be a good time to revisit your goal. Two things will happen if you focus on a Law of Attraction goal that fits your natural talents and passions:

  1. First, you will be happier, less stressed, and far more productive.
  2. Second, you will be far more likely to hang in as you hit those jarring bumps in the road.

Action Point
If you HAVE set the right goal and the Law of Attraction is STILL not working in your life, come discover a way to get what you want — faster.

Success on a Higher Level

March 19, 2009 by  
Filed under Success Insights

dollar1Did you realize you can increase your ability to attain success in whatever you desire by simply consciously choosing to use certain words?

The Guaranteed-Failure Statement
Let’s say you’re fired-up to create a lasting financial improvement  in your life. You’ve set your goals down on paper, and even created a plan of action.

You’ve got fire and desire, and know exactly what you’re going to do. You set your goal for tomorrow morning, and then promise yourself, Starting tomorrow I’ll try to …

You just made a crippling success-ability mistake before you even started – a mistake that will ensure that you will NOT manage to achieve your goal.

What does I’ll try really mean? It means you’ve given yourself an exit, just in case you hit some bumps in the road (and you most certainly will.)

The word TRY lacks intention and confidence. It assumes failure. It says, Alright, I’ll give it a go, but I do NOT expect to succeed. It provides a built-in escape route.

The Over the Rainbow Statement
Now check out how it feels to use an I am statement. Suppose your goal is to feel better and lose a few pounds. You could use the I am statement to tell yourself something like: I am going to feel better by walking 20 minutes 5 days a week.

I am at least does not presume failure. But there’s still a problem when you say I am.

The problem? WHEN and WHERE are you going to take your intended action? Somewhere over the rainbow? This statement, although an improvement, does not reflect a specific commitment to take action.

If you find you’re having trouble committing to when and where, it’s probably time to take a good look at either your goal, or your goal plan. If your goal is right, your goal plan might have you starting at the wrong first step.

Back up and identify an action step you’re ready to tackle. It doesn’t matter how small it may seem. You’re often better off starting with a small step and achieving success – than starting off with a huge step you’re not ready to handle.

The I Mean Business Statement
Once you have refined your starting point, now notice how it feels like to say:

I am NOW …

This statement establishes a sense of power and intention. It says you truly mean business. That you believe in what you are saying, and you are right NOW taking a step to make it happen.

It means you are in action and have made a very real commitment to yourself that you are NOW honouring. It also says that you WILL find a way to get the task done, even if there is a bump in the road.

Higher levels of success are achieved by coming from the most passionate place within yourself, breaking your goal down into a series of achievable steps, then committing to each step one at a time starting NOW.

Because the truth is … you really can only do what is before you right now. Tomorrow’s larger success is built on today’s smaller successes. This NOW approach makes your success inevitable.