Do you find yourself floundering in your business? It may be related to the stories you are telling yourself.
The stories you tell yourself play a vital role in your ability to attract the leads, prospects, sales and customers you desire in your business — and in your life. If you’ve been a student of personal success for any length of time, you will recognize this as a common message in so much of the self help material that has been published.
This is not a new concept. For example, it's covered at length in the book "Money And The Law of Attraction" by Jerry and Esther Hicks. And their advice is simple. Keep telling yourself the better story of where you are going and keep you undivided attention on that better story.
The words and thoughts that go into your story are so important because they set a vibrational tone. And that vibration is carried with you into everything you do throughout you day. It's in the vibration of how you place your ads, how you speak with your prospects, and most importantly how you speak with your self. By law of attraction, you get back whatever you put out.
Another prominent teacher from the film The Secret is Bob Proctor. He talks about the habit people have of minimizing themselves. They live as if are in the role of an Extra -- even though they are supposed to be living their own movie! Since it's your movie, why not cast yourself in the starring role?
As you read this, no doubt you know it's true. You can feel it in your bones So take the time to really examine what role you are playing and in what story you have cast yourself. And then identify the chapters you want to rewrite.
As said earlier, it shouldn’t be surprising at all that telling yourself a better story is sage advice. It’s prevalent as a theme in all of the self help teachings.
Going back even further in history, the classic book The Science of Getting Rich by Wallace Wattles delivers the same message. This simple little book has spun countless derivative self improvement programs, among the more recent being the Inspired Science of Getting Rich Program.
In his book, which was published in 1910, Wattles talks about the importance of thinking in the “certain way”. He discusses the importance of directing your will internally and holding the thought of what you want with full clarity and purpose, regardless of appearances. In other words, keep telling yourself the better story of where you’re going. Is this starting to sound familiar?
As Wattles explains, thoughts are real things and you create through your thought. So by deliberately focusing on what you want and where you are going, you are framing the story you are telling yourself. And then you get to watch the new story unfold.
Bringing this back to your business, what then is the story you are telling yourself with respect to your home business? Take care to develop your picture of where you are going in your business, and start living that story — as the lead character in your own movie about you as the successful home business entrepreneur.
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