Prior to reading this and learning about Dawn, I’ve begun to apply intentional tactics to my business as well. Every time I got a result after thinking/intending it, I was almost surprised. However, the more I actually NOTED when I received something I asked for, the more it started happening.
It was all working well until I started getting thwarted by technology, wrestling with my computer, getting wildly frustrated, and out of my ‘power’. More and more terrible roadblocks were recently thrown my way, and the more I thought about them, the more they happened! Its a strange synchroncity because, just as I was in the thick of it, I read Dawn’s interview and realized that I might be the one causing more of these problems. And that’s all I needed to do to turn it around – change my thoughts. That’s why this resonated so much with me and why I felt I had to share it on my blog.
I’ll be posting more on this topic, so enjoy this and look for more in the future!
I had learned to become what I call “intentional”. No kidding, business would literally just fall in my lap if I thought about it long enough. I learned this technique from a friend of mine whose business was also booming. He told me that the human mind was like a pie and we all had a limited number of pieces of the pie. He showed me that our mind could only focus on a few things at once, but what we focused on we got. When our attention was on business development, business just showed up. When our attention became diverted into non-essential things, business would slow down. (ask me later what my friend’s KISS is)lindambhughes.com, Linda MB Hughes
Click on the link to Linda Hughes’ blog to read the whole interview. It’s fascinating.