Posts Tagged ‘stretch goals’

Why the Law of Attraction Doesn’t Work

As I wrote the title for this article I felt a bit of trepidation. After all, I know many people will disagree with me, and that’s okay. Actually, that’s great because I want people to think about their own truth when it comes to the Law of Attraction (LOA) and what works for them.

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Small Mindset Shifts that Give Big Sales Results!

Imagine that I have just handed you a magic wand that will allow you to manifest exactly the amount of sales you want to create this month. Is it $10,000? $50,000? $100,000? $500,000? More? Whatever the number might be, imagine that using your magic wand could double it, without utilizing any more effort. Wave the wand, it’s done!

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3 Ways to Outsell Your Fear

If you had no fear, what would you do differently in your business and in your life? When you know THAT, it is much easier to move through the fears above and apply the tools. Stop settling for less than the best and get clear on what you really want!

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5 Steps to Take a Quantum Leap

Is it easy for you to receive money or do you find yourself discounting your products or services when you don’t need to? Do you find it difficult to ask for the sale when the time comes? If you have answered yes to any of these questions, you are not alone. Most people have a lot of fear surrounding asking for money and limiting beliefs around how much money they deserve, etc.

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Focusing on One Great Goal Will Change Your Life

What would happen if you gave yourself permission to just focus on your One Great Goal? You can probably already feel the tremendous power that exists in choosing just one goal, rather than focusing on all of them. It doesn’t mean that the other goals won’t actualize. What often happens is that by focusing on one, the rest of your goals will also be achieved!

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3 Ways to Break Through Your Financial Set Point!

Most Entrepreneurs and Sales Professionals choose their career or business path because they want to have unlimited financial freedom in their lives. And yet, as they “get into it”, they bump up against what I like to refer to as their, “Financial Set Point” – or that revenue number that they just can’t seem to get through.

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