“Successful and unsuccessful people do not vary greatly in their abilities. They vary in their desires to reach their potential.”
~ John Maxwell
The Law of Attraction is defined as this: you get what you think about most. So, if you’re constantly thinking about what can go wrong in life and/or your business, things will go wrong. But, if you constantly stay positive and think about success, you’ll achieve success.
In your business, you do this by setting goals for what you want to achieve. Then, think about achieving your goals and do it often. Visualize yourself achieving the goals too. Doing so is proven to dramatically improve your success.
Here are 6 Law of Attraction tips to help you achieve more success:
- Define and Clarify Your Goals
- Set Daily Intentions
- Recite Positive Affirmations
- Keep a Gratitude Journal
- Visualize Yourself Conquering Your Goals
- Identify Negativity as it Comes Up
Are You Thinking Like a Millionaire Entrepreneur?
Do you think millionaire entrepreneurs really:
- Work 18 hours/day?
- Are really smart?
- Are lucky?
- Were handed success based on who they already knew?
- Had it easy (e.g., they came from a rich family)?
Well, the answer is NO.
The real force driving successful entrepreneurs is how they think about things.
My Millionaire Mindset program will quickly and easily teach you how to adopt this mindset.
You don’t have to be born a successful entrepreneur.
Today’s Question: The 2012 BBC list of world’s largest employers (which includes public, private, and government entities) is topped by what?
Previous Question: In 1968, Dr. Spencer Silver, a chemist at 3M in the United States, developed a “low-tack”, reusable, pressure-sensitive adhesive. A person named Arthur Fry used it to develop something which is commonly used today. What is it?
Previous Answer: Post-it Notes.
3M launched the product in stores in 1977 in four cities under the name “Press ‘n Peel”, but its results were disappointing. Arthur Fry sang in his church choir and was frustrated with the paper bookmarks he used to mark the songs in his hymnal because they would not stay put. In a moment of insight, Fry realized that Silver’s reusable adhesive would provide precisely what he needed.
Fry wrote up his idea for a reusable bookmark and presented it to his supervisors. Initially, management was skeptical, but the staff could not get enough of the samples Fry was passing around. Soon, 3M gave the invention its full support. On April 6, 1980, the product debuted in US stores as “Post-It Notes”.
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