TITLE

Forget the economy!

AUTHOR(S)
Bermont, Debbie
PUB. DATE
November 2004
SOURCE
Proofs;Nov2004, Vol. 87 Issue 5, p28
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article discusses the importance of creating an internal focus of prosperity consciousness in achieving business success. Successful people approach their business with an internal prosperity consciousness which opens up the energy flow to their business. When you internally focus on prosperity consciousness, your thoughts are concentrated on what you have now and what you can get -- including more customers, more referral sources, more sales, new products, and new markets. When you internally focus on your lack of consciousness, your thoughts are always focused on what you don't have -- which constricts the energy flow to your business. Plus, you end up with more of what you didn't want -- a lack of business. Even if the economy was flourishing, you would still experience lackluster sales if you constrict the energy flow to your business with thoughts of lack regarding any area of your business. This is why it's essential to open up the energy flow to your business by developing an internal prosperity consciousness. When the flow of energy is open, you are ready to receive the explosive sales you want. You choose where your energy will go. When you focus on what could be possible, your mind starts looking for ways to expand your business, to find solutions, and to make connections.
ACCESSION #
15350593

 

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