As a virtual assistant and small business owner, it’s easy to become wrapped up in the problems of your clients. If they’re having a bad day or issues with a project they may call you to help fix the problem. While some tasks may appear impossible to overcome, it’s important to maintain a positive attitude. This is where the Law of Attraction comes in.
I (Kim) was introduced to the Law of Attraction in late 2008. I had recently lost my job, and I attended a networking event in effort to grow my interior design business. (Have I ever mentioned that I was an interior architect for 10 years prior to starting Sutton Creative Studios?)
Anyway… I visited a chiropractor in the group and during the course of my first appointment we began talking about religion and frame of mind. Over the course of the next year, my chiropractor and I became friends and he encouraged me to work on manifesting my dreams and desires. He said something one day about winning the lottery, to which I responded, “I don’t need to win the lottery. I would just like to be hired by someone who did.”
No joke, two weeks later I received a referral for one of the Piqua, Ohio Mega-Million winners.