Harnessing the Power of Attention to Shift Your Financial Programming

Courtesy of Praxis Now

“The subconscious mind is more powerful than we think, and it can either limit or empower financial success.”  

So the question is, what are you focusing on most of the time? What is your chief aim, your magnificent obsession? What financial or business vision is so powerful and inspiring in your life that it continually attracts your heart-felt, invigorating, purposeful attention toward it for most of the day, every single day? If you have no such energizing vision that consistently governs your focus, attention and thoughts, you will be at the mercy of your habitual thoughts and limiting belief patterns.

To change your financial programming, you must: Continue reading

How to Retrain your Brain for Financial Success

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“You become what you think about most.” – Earl Nightingale 

Shifting your Financial Paradigm

“Current scientific evidence strongly suggests that your constant focus on financial success can actually change your brain. In their book, How God Changes Your Brain1, researchers Andrew Newberg and Mark Waldman state that, “. . . the more you meditate on a specific object—be it God, or peace, or financial success—the more active your thalamus becomes, until it reaches a point of stimulation where it perceives thoughts in the same way that other sensations are perceived.” Continue reading

Essential Debt Collecting Skills – Negotiating (Part 2)

“I’d like to add that negotiating is not something to be avoided or feared – it’s an everyday part of life.” – Leigh Steinberg

Continuation of “Essential Debt Collecting Skills – Negotiating” (Part 1) 

Negotiation is a rather complex interaction. Capturing and controlling all its complexity is a very difficult task that requires knowledge, understanding and lots of practice.  Below are some of the essentials of negotiating:

  • Know what you are trying to achieve

Having a clearly defined goal before you start the process of negotiation is a must.  At first, it really helps if you write it down and keep it somehow visible for yourself.  Later, when you get more practice and experience this would come naturally as the first step. Continue reading