Understanding how the law of attraction works and using it in my own business has been a wonderful journey so far. So today, I’d like to share with you 10 Law of Attraction Tips to help you attract your dream business.
1. Get clear about your dream business
You don’t need the whole picture, but I strongly recommend you do take the time to have a clear idea of where you’re heading. Write down the key things that you want to happen in your business and how you want to feel about your business. Get a FREE copy of my Ideal Business Clarity Workbook
2. BE A POSITIVE THINKER
Mike Dooley from The Secret says ~ Thoughts become things. When you catch yourself with negative thoughts whizzing through your head swap them for something better feeling.
Example ~ Business is really slow this week. Swap to ~ I’m taking this time to catch up on jobs and make sure everything is running smoothly.
3. VISUALIZE YOUR BUSINESS AS YOU WANT IT, AS IF YOU ALREADY HAVE IT.
Enjoy imagining your ideal business day, how you spend your time… The more you can visualize this as already being real for you the easier it becomes to attract it. You become more and more of a match for it.
4. FOCUS ON WHAT YOU WANT IN YOUR BUSINESS EVERY DAY
Make it a daily habit to focus on what you want rather than the things you don’t. Also, focus on what’s going well rather than what isn’t.
At the end of each business day take a few minutes to review your day and focus on what went well. If some things didn’t go so well, focus on how you would have liked them to be.
5. SURROUND YOURSELF WITH POSITIVE PEOPLE
When you surround yourself with positive people, it’s much easier for you to stay positive too. Connect with other business owner’s online and offline, especially those who are positive about business. Get friendly with business people who have already achieved a good level of success in their business.
6. PRACTICE AFFIRMATIONS
Affirmations help keep your thoughts positive and help to shift negative beliefs. Positive affirmations are simply positive statements that AFFIRM what we want, such as… I am creating a successful business I love and that supports my ideal life. Check out my Empowering Affirmations for Business Success.
7. FOCUS ON THE THINGS THAT SHOW UP IN YOUR BUSINESS THAT YOU LIKE, ENJOY, WANT, LOVE…
The more you focus on the good stuff you already love, the more you will attract like this. Celebrate every little success. Be grateful for every sale you make, every task completed…
8. CHANGE YOUR BELIEFS TO POSITIVE
We all form a huge amount of beliefs throughout our life. Some are positive and helpful and some are negative and stop us from achieving our goals. One easy tip is to write your belief down and then question it. Say “Is this really true for me now?” Other great techniques to use are EFT and Hypnosis to help shift limiting beliefs.
9. WRITE DOWN HOW YOU WANT IT TO BE
A great exercise is to write about an aspect of your business the way you want it. It can be how you want the day to go, the meeting you’ve got this week, a collaboration with another business person to go, a project you’re working on… Use this technique in any and all areas of your business.
10. BE GRATEFUL
Be grateful and not just for the things you like. Also, be grateful for the things that you don’t like that show up in your business as they are indicators that you need to make a shift. I encourage you to read this blog post WHY GRATITUDE IS SO IMPORTANT IN BUSINESS
I hope you’ve enjoyed these law of attraction tips for business success. Know that you have the power to create the business you want. To help you, even more, I’ve created a special workbook to help you consistently use the law of attraction in your business – LAW OF ATTRACTION BUSINESS PLANNING (pdf download)
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