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Do you want to know how to use the law of attraction in business? In this post, I share 3 ways you can start to use the law of attraction in your business. Plus I’ll share my top 5 tips to activate the law of attraction so that you’re deliberately attracting the things you want.
3 ways to use the law of attraction in business.
1. Attract your ideal business day
Most people have the law of attraction running on default, they’re not deliberately attracting what they want. I want you to be the exception.
Every business day from this moment on, take some time at the start of the day or even the night before, to really FOCUS on your ideal day.
How do you want your day to go?
Think about all the things you have planned for the day and run through in your mind what you want to happen at each stage.
Example 1: You have a Skype meeting with a prospective client – How would you like that call to go? How do you want the other person to interact with you? What outcome do you want?
Example 2: You are writing a blog post in the morning – Perhaps you can focus on the perfect ideas and words coming to you that are exactly right for your audience, the post being easy to write and put all the finishing touches to it and then attracting lots of shares and comments.
Think perfect scenario for everything that you’ve got planned for the day.
If you get your perfect day, celebrate, be thankful, acknowledge it. If it doesn’t quite go the way you want, acknowledge that too at each stage and refocus on what you do want.
It’s a bit like showing a child how to do something new. You show them how to do it, they do it wrong, you remind them again, this time they get some right and some wrong, you remind them again and again and gradually they get it all right.
That’s pretty much how it works with the law of attraction.
2. Attract your ideal clients
Start off by getting super clear about your ideal client
- What sort of person is your ideal client?
- What is their personality?
- How do they do business with you?
- How do they buy from you?
- How much do they spend?
- Is it a one time only buy or do they buy regularly from you?
- What do they say about you and your business?
The more you can get clear about your ideal client, the better.
Try this: Review your existing clients/new clients against your ideal client. Make a list of the things that match your ideal client and then refocus on the things you want.
Example: I love that this client is really friendly and easy to work with but I hate that she never shows up for meetings on time.
Refocus: I want my clients to be friendly and easy to work with and always show up on time.
It’s that constant reconfirming of what you want.
3. Attract your ideal business deals
So this might be in the way of a collaboration, where you team up with a business friend to offer some training, it could be attracting an amazing deal with one of your suppliers, it might be getting that WOW, smash your sales goal contract, anythng that involves a deal between you and another person/company. There are no limits to the possibilities.
These are just a few ways in which you can use the law of attraction in your business, the possibilities really are endless. If there’s something you want, use the law of attraction to get it.
Top 5 tips to get the law of attraction working in your business.
- Get clear about what you want in your business – Grab your FREE copy of the Ideal Business Workbook
- Focus on what you want in business
- Keep reconfirming what you want when things don’t go the way you want
- Acknowledge and celebrate when the things you want show up
- Enjoy the journey. The more positive you feel as you work toward success, the more naturally you will attract the business you want
So there we go, that’s three ways to use the law of attraction in business, there are loads more.
P.S. Go ahead and grab your free copy of the Ideal Business Workbook to help you gain real clarity and focus in your business.