Law of Attraction: Free Yourself from Self-Sabotage in Your Business Now

“Self-sabotage is when we say we want something and then go about making sure it doesn’t happen.” ~Alyce P. Cornyn-Selby

Let me guess. You have a pattern of self-sabotage in your business. You dream of freeing yourself but you don’t know how …



You may even believe you not only can’t change this pattern, you can’t even fully understand how and why it happens.

But that’s not true. It’s easy to identify where you sabotage yourself.

Just identify the business issues you continually struggle with.

Business issues such as:

  • Attracting prospective clients who “can’t” pay your fees
  • Late-paying clients
  • Clients who habitually cancel appointments at the last minute
  • Those who often ask for “extras” – more time, more attention, more services – but without paying you more money
  • The client who always seems to  have a crisis and needs your help on the weekend or when you’re on vacation
  • Clients who don’t hold up their end of your agreement with them. For example, they don’t give you their input on time, whether it’s an intake questionnaire, providing specs for the project they want you to manage, or comments on your first draft of their brochure.

But wait – aren’t these just typical business issues?

Well, not exactly. If they were ordinary business issues – and nothing more – you could Continue Reading »

Spiritual Entrepreneur: Tap into the Power of Surrender

What does the word “surrender” mean to you? Does it say resignation? Or the giving up of a long-cherished dream? Is it a synonym for defeat?

Often we use the word surrender to describe something unwanted. But it can also describe the deliciousness of letting go.

The term “spiritual entrepreneur” sounds lofty and evolved, yet most of us can still find ourselves in resistance and negative emotion – more often than we’d like.  We know at the level of the intellect that it’s neither smart nor necessary to linger in these limiting states. Yet, we can still believe that focusing relentlessly on an unwanted “what is” will somehow fix it.

According to the Law of Attraction, whatever we put our focus on just gets bigger.  If your focus is on fretting, fuming, and fearing, you are in a state of resistance that prevents you from receiving all the universe has already delivered to you.

As Abraham says “It’s all lined up right outside your door.”

But you’re pushing against the door instead of Continue Reading »

Abraham-Hicks: Stop Practicing the Absence of What You Want

When what you truly want is missing in your life or business, it’s only because you’ve been practicing the absence of what you want.  Your thoughts and emotions have focused on what’s not here…. and “not here” continues to manifest.

We truly don’t realize how powerful our thoughts are. We expect the universe to deliver what we want – even if all we think about is the lack of what we want: clients, money, success, etc.

Our thoughts are expressions of our consciousness, and consciousness is the creative force of the universe.  The Law of Attraction teaches us about becoming  more conscious – not about Continue Reading »

Spiritual Entrepreneur: Access the Source of True Security

What’s your definition of true security ? Is it primarily about a certain amount of money in the bank or the value of assets you own?

Nearly everyone believes that security primarily has to do with having enough money. And that the answer to many problems in life is: more money.

I no longer believe that.

In a recent coaching conversation, an elite financial adviser and spiritual entrepreneur confided in me that he would feel secure only on reaching his goal of $100 million a year in assets under management. I believe that would earn him $1 million a year in management fees.

I’m all for solopreneurs bringing in 7 figure incomes.  But would that necessarily provide security?

After 20+ years as a self employed solopreneur I’ve gradually realized that money fears are nearly Continue Reading »

Spiritual Entrepreneur: Why You Should Make Customers Less Important

Do you make your customers the highest priority in your business? Most small business experts would say that’s a good thing. But beware: it can become much too easy to make pleasing customers more important than pleasing yourself.

Because many spiritual entrepreneurs are at least a little bit co-dependent, we have a tendency to really want to please our customers.  In general this is a good thing. Customers who are pleased with us are usually easier and more delightful to serve than the cranky ones.

But problems can arise when we get stressed out from our continual pleasing of others at the expense of taking care of ourselves.

Being stressed out and too often putting your customers’  needs ahead of yours may look like: Continue Reading »

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