By Greg Kuhn
We can infer from the precise science of quantum physics that your expectations form coherence with the energy of the quantum field and it is through this coherence that your material reality is created. And we know that your expectations are formed unconsciously from your beliefs. Thus, as salespeople and entrepreneurs, it is imperative that your beliefs are aligned with your desires for success.
Why is that alignment imperative for salespeople and entrepreneurs? Because every salesperson or entrepreneur is bound to experience defeat on a regular basis; defeat is inevitable. The only option you have, in fact, is this: you can let defeat stop you or you can build new beliefs about it so that defeat no longer separates you from your desires.
Unfortunately, many salespeople and entrepreneurs let defeat stop them short of their ultimate desires for success, or even take defeat as a sign to quit. But that is not your fate if you allow simple quantum physics to show you how to turn defeats into your greatest allies.
Teddy Roosevelt, in a famous speech speech at the Sorbonne in Paris, France, April 23, 1910, said, “… The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs, who comes short again and again, because there is no effort without error and shortcoming…”
I know you are in the arena and I know you experience defeats; defeats are a natural by-product of living fully, taking risks, and putting yourself on the front lines. In fact, defeats are so much a part of your normal life experience that you must begin to tell better-feeling, believable stories about them so that your beliefs can stay aligned with your strong desires for phenomenal professional success.
And that’s exactly where telling new stories comes in.
- Telling better-feeling, believable stories about defeats changes and improves your beliefs about them.
- Improving your beliefs about defeats improves your unconscious expectations concerning them.
- Improving your expectations about defeats changes your material reality due to the energy you are putting out and becoming coherent with.
So make it your primary habit to tell yourself better-feeling, believable stories any time you encounter an inevitable defeat. Make certain your new story is believable by honoring how you really feel about the defeat, yet reframe it to feel better.
For example, you might tell yourself: “Although I am disappointed by this defeat and I’m not happy it happened, I also know that I lack the overall perspective to definitively call this event ‘bad’ and can simply call it ‘valuable and useful information’. After all, Thomas Edison was fond of saying that he welcomed defeat because he could then cross that avenue off his list of possible pathways to success. In fact, I can draw upon plenty of life experiences to remember that there have been many instances where I thought something was horrible, when, with perspective, it turned out to be exactly what I needed to happen. This defeat is actually merely an unplanned outcome and, although it is not my desired outcome, I can choose not to inhibit the infinite possibilities of the quantum field today by pronouncing it ‘bad’. In choosing this better-feeling story, I avoid handcuffing the quantum field and allow it to do what it does best: connect the dots (often in unexpected ways) to manifest outcomes aligned with my desires. As long as I focus on aligning my beliefs with my desires and continuing to do footwork, the quantum field will handle the rest.”
Consistently choosing to tell stories like that will build new beliefs about defeats. And your new beliefs will automatically raise your unconscious expectations about defeats. Before you know it, defeats will truly become stepping stones rather than stumbling blocks. And, when that happens, you’ll have transformed a potential roadblock which prevents many of your peers from entering that rarified air of success you’re destined for.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Author Greg Kuhn is a professional educator and a futurist, specializing in framing new paradigms for 21st century living; devoted readers call Greg the “Law of Attraction Science Guy.” He will be one of your keynote speakers at SCN LIVE 2014.
Since 1993, he has also written with his father, Clifford Kuhn, M.D., about health, wellness, and productivity. In his Why Quantum Physicists… book series, Greg reveals simple, easy-to-use techniques which you’ll have fun using and also enjoy how quickly they begin to make a noticeable and measurable difference in the material reality you are creating and experiencing. Greg is the author of a number of acclaimed books: Why Quantum Physicists Do Not Fail, How Quantum Physicists Build New Beliefs, Why Quantum Physicists Don’t Get Fat, Why Quantum Physicists Create More Abundance, and Why Quantum Physicists Do Not Suffer.