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 Not Collect a Debt (Part 2)

“I like to do all the talking myself. It saves time, and prevents arguments.” – Oscar Wilde

” A foolish man tells a woman to stop talking, but a wise man tells her that her mouth is extremely beautiful when her lips are closed” – unknown 

The video in the previous post is funny, as it teaches a crash course on How not to talk in a debt collecting call. 

When making a call, do you make note of the following;

  • The tone of your voice?
  • The  knowledge of the actual debt?
  • The answers given following the client’s comments? Continue reading

How to collect debt and keep the client for years to come

‘As I go through all kinds of feelings and experiences in my journey through life — delight, surprise, chagrin, dismay — I hold this question as a guiding light: “What do I really need right now to be happy?” What I come to over and over again is that only qualities as vast and deep as love, connection and kindness will really make me happy in any sort of enduring way.’ Salzberg

‘If you’re a debt collector, it’s like getting struck by lightning every now and then. You’re having a great day and then BLAM! Your debtor who you chase for payment starts being really unpleasant and yelling at you over the phone. Something is terribly wrong and you are in the hot seat.

What do you do? Continue reading