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About a year and half ago I wrote about The Law of Attraction, which is basically the power to draw things into our lives.
I do believe in the power to draw good things we want into our lives. It’s not magic, but is based on a combination of science, a good plan and the ability to know when to jump onto opportunity.
Monday was the pity party, Tuesday was for taking action.
Yesterday was the day I segmented my life at Our Little House into things I can do things about and the things that I cannot.
I didn’t have one thing in the “I can’t” category.
The first thing on my list was the amount of information I’m taking in. I will take a complete break from the computer on Saturday and Sunday, but until then, I do have to be online finishing my work. I don’t, however, have to watch any more news about the Gusher in the Gulf right now. That might seem like I’m burying my head in the sand (pun intended), and I am, but it’s what I have to do to maintain since I cannot be there doing something hands on to either help the folks or wildlife who make the Gulf region their home.
This week, I’m blogging about the power of positive thinking, or The Law of Attraction, which, as I explained in my post on Monday, is not some magic wand that will make all of our dreams come true, but is instead, a roadmap that helps us attain the goals we want for our lives – like moving to our own little dream home.
Successful business owners don’t have successful businesses without a business plan, a roadmap to help them attain their goals for their business.
Vision journals and vision boards, as it relates to The Law of Attraction in our lives is much like our life’s business plan. We outline our goals either in written or picture form and then we grasp the opportunities that come our way that help make those things happen.