04 Oct

Acting Your Way Into A New Way Of Thinking

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Acting Your Way Into A New Way Of Thinking

As we get ready to sum up our Inspiration Series, here’s a few questions to ask yourself as you prepare for another day. Are you working at a job you can’t stand? Would you like to quit, but are afraid you’ll attract more of the same? Often people write to me with questions like: I want out of my present job so badly. How can I speed things up so I can quit?

Options:

The best way to shorten the time spent in a negative situation is to focus on all the positives you can. If you can find actingsomething to appreciate–even if its appreciating a regular paycheck which DOES cover some of your essentials–you will begin to feel better. As you feel better, you’ll find it easier to notice another thing you appreciate about your job.

What if you can’t find a single positive aspect of your present job? If you don’t change the way you feel about your current job, you will simply attract another miserable job.

“Sometimes it’s easier to act your self into a new way of thinking, than it is to think your self into a new way of acting.” –Jo Berry, author

Years ago, in Los Angeles, California, I heard Jo Berry speak about how to get rid of a bad habit. Jo asked her audience, “How long have you thought about giving up this habit?  Has it done any good to just think about it?”

Solution:

Jo reinforced us to ACT LIKE what we wanted to be or do, then our thoughts and feelings would follow.  In the flash of a moment, I understood that I could quit smoking and begin living my life as a non-smoker.  Instead of trying to change the way you think about your job, begin to envision yourself enjoying THIS job. What would you say or do differently?  Try ACTING in a new way then notice how much better you feel.

 

Soon you’ll find yourself in a more positive feeling place, offering a new vibration which will either attract different situations in your current job or you’ll find yourself working in a new place that feels great! Who knows–you may end up LOVING your current job!

Rebecca Hanson is a Master Law of Attraction Coach. Thousands of people have enjoyed her talks or articles about real-life experiences and how she found the “nugget of truth” in every situation. Now she has such a deep grasp of how faith, beliefs and thinking work that she is able to lift others to a higher level, very quickly. You can contact Rebecca at Rebecca@YouCanHaveItAll.com or on her website at http://www.youcanhaveitall.com and sign up for her free “Museletter”.

Rebecca has also written a book called, “Law of Attraction for Business: How to create a business or attract a job you LOVE!” To find out more about this book and other information check out http://www.lawofattractionresources.com/

Keep a close eye on the site as all digital purposes will be available for download immediately.  Also, be on the lookout for the upcoming Life Coaching Courses and that will soon be available for enrollment.

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Andrea Parham

Andrea Parham

Personal Assistant to Victoria M. Parham at VictoriaParham.com
B.S. Criminal Justice, Old Dominion University
A.A.S in General Studies - SVCC
Member of NPHC-Zeta Phi Beta Incorporated
Andrea Parham
Andrea Parham

B.S. Criminal Justice, Old Dominion University
A.A.S in General Studies – SVCC
Member of NPHC-Zeta Phi Beta Incorporated