If you get one thing out of this blog post, get that manifesting abundance does not have to be hard. In fact, it’s quite the opposite as you’ll soon discover. Over the last 25 years, ever since I read “As a Man Thinketh” by James Allen, I have been a passionate student of the art, and some would say science, of Abundance. With often miraculous results. The Laws of Abundance, or the Abundance Mindset often times sounds very anecdotal and ethereal.
Sourced from: http://transformyourbrilliance.com/entrepreneurs-change-mindset-achieve-success/ (This was inspired by an email I sent out a couple of years ago. People really seemed to like it. Hopefully you get something from it too :) ) So I just want to share something powerful with you today. You know that identity is SUCH an important thing, right? The way you think about yourself. Who you used to be…who you are today…the person you wish to be in the future.
Personally, I’ve always aspired to be a glass half full kind of guy. When the universe deals me lemons, I tend to think “How can I build a successful lemonade company?” However, some people really struggle with “positive thinking”. And there’s a very simple reason why. The short version… They treat it as the cause and not the effect. They try to force themselves to think positively, instead of looking for the underlying energy and working on fixing that instead.
Allow me to tell you about the “red paper clip” secret. You may remember the story of Kyle Macdonald? He exchanged a red paper clip on ebay for a fish shaped pen. He bartered that for a doorknob — then continued to trade up in this way until he wound up with VIP passes to an Alice Cooper concert (+ an invite to personally party with Alice after the show.
Listen closely. This is something important. It concerns you and something you may well be doing to jeopardise your progress. I DEFINITELY used to do it. Sometimes the most profound lessons are right under our noses. Nature will share them with us if we’re open to it. When we stay fascinated by everything we see. I want to share one of nature’s most powerful lessons with you today.