February 13, 2018
There are periods in our life when we suffer from an identity crisis and need to reinvent ourselves. Likewise, there are times and stages in our business when our brand suffers from an identity crisis. There appears to be a gap in our strategy that needs fixing and our brand needs to be resurrected and evolved. I am sure many women entrepreneurs can relate to this dilemma, that’s why I invited intuitive brand strategist, Gina Hussar to my Wealthy Wednesday Show. Gina happens to be an intuitive brand strategist and celebrated writer. Together, we explored many dimensions of creating a brand that has divine natural attributes but is profitable at the same time. Here are some of the ways you can build a service-based brand and a business aligned to your authentic, real self:
See Your Brand as an Extension of Your Real Self
A brand is an identity you choose for your business. At times, you come up with something that doesn’t reflect who you truly are and what you stand for. Worse off, you end up losing your own identity and start feeling emotionally disconnected from your business and conflicted. Your brand shouldn’t be a perceived identity but a real one, something that resonates with your true self and reality. There is no separation between your business and yourself because you and your work are not separate; your work is an extension of yourself. Your brand must connect with your own DNA i.e., your divine natural attributes in order to create a powerful, authentic, pure and yet profitable brand identity for you. The more you embody your unique gifts, the easier it would be for you to get noticed by your tribe. When you are able to capture people’s hearts and souls, they want to work with you.
People think that their brand should be something glossed over and ultra sophisticated, so as to attract prospects. But if you build your brand on something external or alien to your own identity and reality, it would merely confuse your audience and you would have a hard time selling it. You may have an aesthetically beautiful website but if the message doesn’t resonate with who you really are or what you are offering to resolve your clients’ ABC aka absolute biggest challenges, then it would fail to make the desired impact. For instance, if you swear a lot in real life but your brand puts you forth as a sophisticated and suave person, your customers would be in for a rude shock when they work with you and find you swearing. In Gina’s perspective, the problem lies not with swearing but with a brand that is not aligned with the real and authentic you.
Seek the Spirit and Strategy Combination
When you are starting out as a fresh entrepreneur, you tend to work haphazardly in every direction and over stretch your energies. You are also tempted to try out everything that everyone else is doing, chase out every shiny ball idea. A lack of personalized strategy makes you spend thousands of dollars on new softwares, designing, redesigning, rehashing and repackaging your service until you end up exhausting yourself, your monetary resources and your creative reservoir. According to Gina, a blend of spirit and strategy is the key to your success (something what I call your “secret sauce”). Business should be built in a way that it can be sustained in the long run. So, if the strategy doesn’t feel good to you, doesn’t echo the true you, then you won’t be able to sustain it for long. I have found this to be specifically true as I have made Fridays as my flow day, where I take off from work and try to align my creative and spiritual energies; as a consequence, I have seen my income skyrocket over the course of time.
Be in the Flow
Most of us are working too hard on day to day basis and against out natural flow, that’s why we end up exhausting our mental and physical energies and creative genius at a very early stage. We become what Gina calls “spirit fatigued and burnt out”, and once this happens, we begin to start unconsciously pushing people away, be it our prospects, existing clients, or even our team. Gina advises us not to do this. If it doesn’t feel good to work on a Sunday or when your kids are home or work late at night, then don’t do so just because someone else wants you to. Gina says that you need to wake up on some days in the morning and ask yourself what is the most aligned thing to do on that day rather than keep chasing your unending, elusive to-do task list. Gina even thinks that sometimes and on some days, it is even ok not to do anything at all, go with the flow and work on your flow because when you are in flow, your creative business evolves and thrives. You can teach, write or focus on whatever creative heart-centered business you are running. Journaling is a technique both Gina and I recommend, as it lets you communicate with your intuition. So, take the time out of your busy schedule to journal or meditate in order to understand what feels good and what doesn’t and then strategize accordingly.
Avoid the Absolute Perfection Trap
When we are starting out in our business or grappling with a new idea or project, we fall into the absolute perfection trap during branding. We may delay a launch just because of a minute detail, such as a PowerPoint presentation not being ready. Perfection is not be confused with being in flow because you are trying to chase an ideal. Gina says that when an idea is divinely whispered to you, it is your strongest moment, and if you keep delaying it for some elusive idea of the perfect moment when everything comes together then you are delaying action and delaying your income.
Be Aware of the Contact Points
In the heart-centered line of work, your work can be experienced only through your words, images, how you project yourself on the social media and in person, and it cannot be proven through data and result. There are lots of ways to connect with your clients at an emotional and intuitive level. And when you have a brand aligned with your real, authentic self, you need to align your website, your social media platforms, your emails and even ‘thank you’ and sign-up pages to your brand identity. So, while interacting with you, your audience, prospects and clients get a sense of coherence and authenticity. If you are offering a creative or spiritual service but your ‘thank you’ message is standardized and bland then you would lose emotional contact with your client. So, make sure that your messages communicate what you and your brand stand for at every contact point.
No matter which aspect of your business you are currently struggling with, the branding, the identity, the strategies, the mindset, the profitability, as a Mystic Wealth Creator, I, Luci McMonagle, can help you with it. Through mindful tips and techniques, productivity tools, referrals and useful resources, I can help you fill the gap between your aspirations and your results. You can book a personalized discovery session with me now
February 6, 2018
Mystic entrepreneurs are so very different from other types of entrepreneurs because they align their business with their spiritual selves, their spirits’ center, and souls’ purpose. They put purpose first and profit later. But when they end up going broke, they wonder why; and when they make a profit, they feel guilty and conflicted. Going against their innate nature and souls’ desires throw their entire world in chaos. The usual business methodology, business models, rules and business coaching don’t work out for them, and they are always in the quest for something else: the divine and spiritual connection amongst things. That’s why I invited Lumari in one of the episodes of my Wealth Wednesday Show, so she can teach us more about manifesting and strengthening our divine feminine power in our business. Lumari is an internationally celebrated intuitive life coach, psychic consultant and channel, spiritual teacher, and writer.
If you too have been struggling to align the material aspects of your business with the divine and spiritual one, if you want to run a business that is closer to your spiritual calling, then here are some basic steps for you to take:
Tune into the Divine Vibrations
Everything in this Universe emits vibrations at different frequencies and attracts an equal response. Even our thoughts have a vibrational frequency. If our vibrations are high, our ability to manifest more money, wealth and joy increases. If our vibrations are low, we would evoke a weak response from the Universe. Lumari talks a lot about vibrations and their importance and feels that joy is the highest frequency in the world. She advises women entrepreneurs to embrace not just their talents, skills, and qualities but the vibrations they emit. They should move into their own personal vibration and embrace it rather than going against it. Only then they would be able to tune into the Universe’s vibration and attract material abundance as well as spiritual fulfillment.
Build on Love and Joy
We give importance to many things in life: relationships, work, family, money, etc. Yet if there is no love and joy at the center of things we do and for whom we do them, be it your client or your family, then our efforts would not hold; they would not be able to yield value to us or anyone else in our life. Lumari’s advice to women entrepreneurs is: “Love what you do.” I agree whole-heartedly to this. Women are miserable in their lives and their profession because they are doing something they don’t love, something that doesn’t resonate with their innate nature. If you love what you do, you are excited about it; you emit a strong radiance, you are sending out a positive energy into the world, a vibration so strong that no one can miss. This leads only to wonderful things: Your friends and clients can feel that energy and they would feel inspired. In response, they too would want to step into it, align their own energies to it, as everyone is attracted to confidence and want to associate with it. Furthermore, Lumari asks us to think about the things that bring us joy, pleasure, and fulfillment. She feels that having a day to day and a broader purposefulness in life brings you joy, and your own success and that of others related to you also bring you joy. This is the principle of creating a successful business. That’s why I am all for seeking and nurturing connection instead of meaningless competition.
Be Patient and Trust the Divine Plan
Women entrepreneurs have to deal with lots of chaos and clutter in their lives, as they often are dealing with dual roles and conflicting responsibilities. All of which create negativities, confusion, and self-doubt, and sensitive women tend to feel more and absorb negative energies more than others. Thus, Lumari reminds us of the importance of having resonance, going with the flow and not going against it, aligning our gifts and energy with the Universe. She reminds us of the need to be patient when we come across blockages in our paths. Lumari equates these kinds of situations to being stuck in the traffic. When you discover yourself in this kind of situation, you try not to panic or get frustrated; otherwise, you would end up having an accident. Instead, you wait to move forward patiently or try to reroute. She tells us that sometimes, we also need to be patient with our ideas instead of executing them in panic at a premature stage. Even the best of the ideas when executed at the wrong time have the tendency to backfire. So, Lumari tells us to trust the cosmic scheme of things, seek psychic connections, look for divine signs, and listen to our intuition. I tell my own mentees that they can have it all but they cannot have it all together; hence, they need to work diligently and patiently.
Clear Negative Karma
Our lives, attitude, energies, vibrations are impacted by karma. Lumari tells us that our family’s attitude towards money, their conversations, and our past lives all contribute to our money karma. So, if your family’s attitude towards money was unhealthy, or if in your past life, you were struggling with money, then you would continue having trouble with attracting, keeping, and spending money. Bad karma creates blockages in your energy flow and life, blocks evolution and creates resistance in the path of prosperity. Your modus operandi that is, the way you work is based on that negative karma. You need to heal it and let go of it and align yourself with the divine flow. In doing so, you create an opening for the divine and the ethereal in your earthly life, create a sacred space, an energy field for your personal success to happen.
Lumari tells us that when we are in resonance with the energy of the Universe, our natural gifts and talents shine through and become a source to further manifest wonderful things in our lives: money, love, life, creativity, divinity, delight, inspiration, surprises, and much more. If you want to have all these things in your life then my spiritual money-making guide titled Magical Money Manifestations is the thing for you. It is a smorgasbord of affirmations, mystical lessons, and explanations and exercises that can help you raise your money vibe, and invite more joy and abundance into your life. Be sure to pick up your copy from Amazon after reading the stellar reviews there.
January 30, 2018
Selling your services is an important part in your entrepreneurial journey and yet a majority of women entrepreneurs are simply uncomfortable with it, or they are uncomfortable with the idea that a successful sales pitch has to be glib, sleazy and focused on their self-interest only. They hate being dubbed as pushy and being turned down. Not everyone has a background in sales and not everyone is naturally outgoing and convincing. Yet you have to sell your business if you want it to survive and thrive. So if you too have been sucking at sales, you would find Dr. Lizette’s psychological sales hack helpful. Dr. Lizette is one of the guests I invited on my Wealthy Wednesday Show. Dr. Lizette is a psychology professor, a celebrated behavioral scientist, licensed psychologist and consultant who teaches women entrepreneurs proven psychological method so that they can achieve sales confidence, can tune into their inner genius, gain insight into their ideal clients’ minds, and sell more, with ease and grace. Dr. Lizette thinks that selling is a science and an art which can be learned. She has shared her top 5 psychological hacks for successful selling with us:
People First; Profits later
Conventional sales training is about making sales and profits first and that doesn’t seem to work for heart-centered, spiritually inclined women and creates inner conflict and turmoil. What we need to learn is that what works for other sales people may not work for us and that we need a sales strategy that is radically different from the conventional sales wisdom but is in tuned to our innate nature and style. That’s why Dr. Lizette tells us that we don’t have to be icky, pushy and sleazy, but human and natural. We need to focus on people first because conversion comes later. We need to put connection before conversion; relationship before revenue. She tells us that being in business doesn’t mean that we should just see people as a numbers not as real persons.
Capture the Attention and Retain It
In a complex and competitive world, nothing is harder than capturing the attention of your ideal clients, because as audience and consumers, we are bombarded with sales pitches and messages every day and we are likely to ignore most. We would only engage with those messages or people with whom we feel an emotional connection, and as a consequence, we are more likely to buy from them. That’s why Dr. Lizette iterates the need to connect with your clients and connect with their hearts. She equates a sales pitch to a marriage proposal. You won’t propose a person you are just getting to know; likewise, you won’t start selling to a complete stranger and expect him or her to look upon you favorably and buy from you instantly. That’s why you need to focus upon rapport building first.
Sell to People’s Heart, Not to Their Purses
Attention is retained by a unique, warm and personalized message and once it is gained, it has to be retained. Dr. Lizette adds that one needs to take one’s ideal clients to the next level of attraction in order to retain them. One way to do so is to sell to their hearts and emotions. It works like this: People have a natural urge to seek solutions to their problems. But if they are under stress for a long time, they end up accepting stress as a part of their life and getting used to it at the cost of their health, relationships, and sanity. So if someone comes up with a solution to our problem, puts the “spotlight” on it, puts in front of us what we are likely to lose when continuing with a bad situation (like continuing with a bad job, or working haphazardly in our business), only then we take notice of our situation and are motivated to seek a solution and take action. And if you are able to promise and deliver a solution to people’s most critical problems, you would be able to retain their attention and sell to their heart eventually.
Create Urgency the Right Way
We often come across indecisive clients, ones who hold on to their cards too close to their hearts, don’t want to commit, and are sitting on the fence. We often don’t know how to deal with them, i.e., whether to push them harder or to give them the time and space to decide. According to Dr. Lizette, the urgency hack is often an open secret for sales people but is often misused, underused, abused by sales people. Many of the conscious entrepreneurs might mistake this strategy as being manipulative, a strategy to manipulate clients into buying from you. Dr. Lizette says that this is a misconception. When you tie your offer with an urgent action like a limited amount of time for buying your offer, a special rate, a privileged access, limited spots in a program, you are giving them a chance to get in on something unique and exclusive. You are telling them that their time is precious as well as your and that your offer has a value. We miss out clients when we are mellow or too aggressive and too eager.
Gain Empathy and Trust
One way to seek connection with your ideal client is to come across as an empathetic person as opposed to a crafty, calculating, and salesy person. If you manipulate your clients’ pain points and give them a misconstrued picture of what you can do and what you can help them achieve, then that’s manipulation and a breach of trust. However, when you are able to create an accurate picture of what you can do for a client and what you can’t then you are being honest in your sales approach. After honesty comes empathy: You should also show potential clients that you ‘get them’, understand their situation, and that you care about their plight. One way to do is to embrace your own vulnerability and show that you have been through a situation that was equally bad or worse, which can build mutual understanding and empathy. This way they will be able to relate to you. They can see your progress and that of other clients of yours and can believe that they too can make the same progress. The third thing Dr Lizette tells is that we need to earn the trust of our clients and preserve it. She says that trust is hard to earn but harder to keep. It works this way: They try, they buy and then they rave about you based on their positive experience because they begin to trust you. This means they will refer you to people; tell them why you are the expert and go-to person in your niche, and why they should trust you. If you appear too perfect, too glossed over, you would appear unreal. If they cannot relate to you, they won’t be able to trust you. Keeping things real is what can help you close the deal ultimately.
Dr Lizette’s final message to women entrepreneurs is that no matter what, they should keep shining. In continuum, my parting thoughts are that we should keep on going forward despite our fears because the darkest moments we have are often our breakthrough moments in disguise. If you are struggling with debt, financial issues, unpaid bills and are feeling overwhelmed, then my book my book Magical Money Manifestations can help you makeover your mindset, scale down your limitations, change your money vibe, breakdown your income barriers and create money generating businesses that you can be proud of. Order it from here today.
January 23, 2018
Time and energy is one of the biggest assets. Women entrepreneurs discover this the hard way when they quit their regular jobs and start their own businesses, or when they juggle both. Either ways, the constant attempt to juggle things and balance personal, familial, and professional commitments and aspects of one’s life begins to take a toll on them. I come across many women entrepreneurs who suffer from burnout. It impacts their health and their motivation level. That’s why, I recently invited Sandi Evans to my Wealthy Wednesday Show to help us understand how we can boost our productivity and time and ultimately increase our profits. Sandi Evans was in the real estate and paralegal industry but after 10 years, she decided to pursue her entrepreneurial passion through launching Carter Evans Services, which is a virtual administrative and document preparation company. She uses her expertise to help entrepreneurs with a service-base to increase their profit and productivity and regain control over their time by building a dream team and smartly delegating and automating their business processes. Therefore, she has solid advice to offer our audience as to how they can increase their productivity and profit:
Go for Collaboration Instead of Competition
When women entrepreneurs start out in their business, striking a balance is the thing furthest from their minds, as they are worried about survival, sustainability and profits. As a result, they quickly lose their balance which impacts their personal and professional lives. Sandi Evans stresses that a woman entrepreneur cannot have balance in her life without freedom, be it financial or of time. She reminds us that if you are out of balance and out of sync and trying to “fly by the seats of your pants”; ultimately, the chaos would reflect everywhere in your life: be it professional or personal. Your team and even your clients can feel that. That’s why women entrepreneurs need to seek and implement ways they can get achieve more balance in their lives, be it asking for help, automating certain processes, or cutting back on certain things. I personally feel that the old school business environment and values that brink on rivalry and competition has created a rat race and has put so much more pressure on women. However, the values of collaboration and mutual nurturing ease the pressure on you and others, eliminate unnecessary competition and friction, and create a win-win for everyone.
Emailing is a prime medium of communication for most entrepreneurs, but it’s hard to keep on top of it all the time. Emailing and scheduling appointments with clients eat up so much of time and productivity. Sandi Evans feels that flagging important emails with the aim to get back to them later doesn’t work because at the end of the day, you end up with a lot of flagged emails, and also lots of pressure and guilt. Worse off, due to your lack of any kind of acknowledgment of the email, your client may feel that you are deliberately ignoring him or her or not giving any value. She recommends instead that you should send an acknowledgment of an email right away either personally or through an auto-responder and let your client know tentatively when you would respond to him or her. Likewise, she recommends that instead of wasting time in emails about setting a meeting time, share your online calendar with your clients instead and let them choose a convenient slot and time. This scheduling method eliminates the need of emailing back and forth and gives both the parties more freedom and space.
Delegate Whatever You Can
One way to create more freedom, time and space is to delegate those aspects and tasks of your business that are not making you money. The attempt to do everything yourself due to the fear of having more control leads to depletion of your time, attention, and energies. Sandi Evans recommends that when you are running a solo operation or a small scale business, you don’t have adequate staff to delegate, that’s where the concept of hiring a virtual assistant or getting hold of virtual assistance services become handy. She corrects the notion that VA services is not about hiring someone to do administrative services but VA services include everything, designing, generating, answering emails, book keeping, and much more. Getting someone to take care of these tasks helps you focus on other important aspects of your business.
Being organized and productive help you free up a lot of your resources. An intelligent and smart outsourcing and delegation of tasks frees up your time and allows you to focus your attention and energies on what you do best and that no one else can do for you i.e., improving the offerings of your service, adding newer dimensions, and services to your portfolio. Successfully managing your business would also help you scale it successfully at a later stage. This also helps you have a dependable team in place which is available on need basis. Hiring a VA team saves money by assembling your “dream team” on shoestring budget. Sandi Evans recommends that delegating any tasks that you absolutely hate, because if you hate doing something, you would keep on procrastinating on it and delaying other important things. She also recommends starting one’s day a bit early so as to use one’s time productively. Ultimately, increasing productivity increases your profit, Sandi reminds us.
Let Go of Fear
Fear is crippling and wastes our time, energies and thinking space. Most importantly, it robs us from grabbing opportunities. Fear also stops us from reaching our full potential. Sandi Evans transitioned from a full time job in the corporate world to full time entrepreneurship, so she offers our audience a realistic approach of coping with fear when deciding to let go of your job for the sake of starting your own business. She reminds us that one needs to transition into a business with a plan, with a household budget and some savings (at least for three months), and a straightening out your priorities. You need to have some faith in place of fear to help your business thrive. Furthermore, the fear of losing control on aspects of our business also stops us from delegating tasks or hiring additional help. That’s why, women entrepreneurs become overwhelmed eventually and even end up making costly mistakes. That’s why Sandi reminds us women bosses that they should “work in your business and on it” instead of burying themselves with paperwork.
Following these practical tips can ultimately help women entrepreneurs create a sustainable and profitable six figure income, while staying sane as well as passionate in the process. If there are any aspects of your business that are giving you a hard time, such as productivity, profit, communicating with clients, fear, doubts and timidity, a lack of boundaries, my book Magical Money Manifestation would help you with all these aspects and more. You can order it from Amazon today and start your own wealth consciousness journey.
January 16, 2018
In an age of tough competition and competing priorities, women entrepreneurs are expected to wear “multiple hats” in order to embrace diverse and often contradictory roles and expectations as business women, moms, spouses, family makers, and caregivers. And this contradiction creates so much outer pressure and inner turmoil. How many of you remember the role Meryl Streep played in the Devil Wears Prada, as Miranda Priestly, a powerful fashion magazine editor and Anne Hathaway as Andrea, her quirky assistant? Miranda does her job well but is so cold and distant that she alienates everyone around her; she hates being vulnerable. In contrast, Andrea finally decides to embrace her vulnerabilities and quirkiness instead of competitive ruthlessness of the fashion industry. How many of us what to be that person, the kind of boss we had and always hated? And how many of us want to be Andrea? Recently, I invited Lisa Marie Platske on my Wealthy Wednesday Show to teach us about the value of vulnerability and authenticity for women entrepreneurs. Lisa Marie Platske calls herself an accidental entrepreneur because she took a detour from being the “fastest promoted” law enforcement officer in US Customs Service to lead Upside Thinking, Inc, a leadership, and training enterprise. Her own life experiences and transitional thinking allowed her to open herself to be vulnerability and embrace it as strength rather than a weakness. And that’s what we are teaching our audience today, the value of vulnerability for leadership and its contribution in making you, a woman entrepreneur, a leader, a lady boss worth following:
Be Real, Be Authentic, Be YOU
During my coaching sessions, I come across women entrepreneurs who are confused as to who they are and should be. All their lives, they receive contradictory messages regarding what they should do, how to behave, carry themselves, carry out their responsibilities, etc. On one hand, they are expected to be passive and submissive in their personal lives. On the other hand, the expectations are to the contrary in the professional world and they are expected to be direct and aggressive in order to get results from their subordinates and clients. Going contrary to their actual nature and upbringing causes inner turmoil in their lives, just like it did in Andrea’s life in the movie. Due to these contradictions, women start wearing what Lisa calls “armors, layers, and masks” in order to protect their innerselves and adapt themselves to others’ expectations. During her law enforcement days, Lisa had to ditch her “soft-spoken and speak-when-spoken-to”, “no-nonsense, “no B-S”, tough as nails attitude and persona. After a breaking point in her career and receiving a scathing feedback at a training seminar, Lisa realized that she was not the kind of person people found easy to be around. Lisa captures this dilemma best when she says: “You might be incredibly strong tough, but you might be alone and dead.” That’s why Lisa stresses the need to be authentic for women entrepreneurs.
Research Yourself Thoroughly
Lisa Marie emphasizes on the importance of connecting with ourselves as women entrepreneurs, researching about ourselves, what we do well, what are our greatest strengths/ weaknesses, by asking others’ opinions before we start a business. This openness allows you to connect with yourself, find out and know more about yourself. After what I call a particularly “ouch incident” in her life, Lisa began rethinking her life and her attitude towards her work, people and life in general. She did a lot of discernment, which wasn’t a comfortable or easy journey, but it helped Lisa open new chasms in self-realization and then self actualization. She was able to come up with a successful business and lead it. So, Lisa advises others: “Research connection; research positioning.”This research helps you find out the right work and business opportunities. I tell my mentees in my coaching sessions: “Be willing to delve a little deeper and unearth the layers of your personality.” Gaining this firsthand knowledge and self-awareness allow us to create a better, successful and sustainable business.
Connect with Yourself to Connect with Others
Every new person we meet, as a person, as an entrepreneur, is a chance meeting, an attempt at alignment of potential, possibilities, and opportunities. All these interactions allow us to leave what Lisa calls “an imprint on others’ souls”. Now it is up to us to determine and decide what kind of an impression we want to leave on others, how we want to be remembered eventually. Here is why: When you are not comfortable with yourself; you are not connected with yourself. Then no one else would be able to connect with you, as you won’t come across as an authentic person to them. But once you allow yourself to be vulnerable, you become more humble and open, flexible and accommodating, and intuitive and reflective. Lisa tells us to prepare ourselves to receive honest feedback instead of deluding ourselves into being something we are not. Lisa recommends that we should allow ourselves to be vulnerable instead of trying to be perfect and always right. We should ask for people’s opinion instead of trying to prove that we are perfect or that we are always right. She tells us that it’s ok to think and say: “I don’t know!” Because this vulnerability leads to openness, connection, the ability to seek, find out and listen. When we embrace our vulnerability, then we would be able to see what I personally call the “possibilities in crisis”. You would be able to manifest any idea into a reality through your openness, your inner fluidity, and intuition.
Manifest Your Inner Truth Into The Outer Reality
Lisa Marie drives home the truth: manifestation is not just holding on to an idea, hoping and praying. It is serious work, hard work about connecting with the real, inner you. Lisa Marie has devised a new acronym for WORK which is about establishing the quintessential connection among yourself, the work you do and the business you run, and others. She explains it like this:
W – Write it down: What do you want to do, achieve, ask from others?
O – Choose to be open to possibilities; be vulnerable (However, Lisa reminds us that this kind of openness doesn’t mean compromising your personal security).
R – Remember people’s name, be gracious and kind as oppose to being tough and mean.
K – ‘Knock out point’; understand what is yours and how you can make yourself memorable and admirable to people. Think about what kind of impression you want them to have of you.
Establishing this kind of connection among yourself, the work you do and the business you run, and others, help you manifest your inner truth into an outer reality, of finding and creating real happiness, joy, and real wealth in your business.
So, if you want to embrace your own vulnerability and use it as a strength, then my book Magical Money Manifestations will help you do all this and more. It will help create high vibrations that will change your money flow, inner energy, and help you manifest and create more wealth and joy in your business on an autopilot. You can order this book from Amazon today.