So I recently posted on the 3i Facebook page, asking for new podcast ideas…
And the RESOUNDING response was guys asking about The Law of Attraction.
Now I have my own thoughts about why the L of A is so popular, LOL, which is what today’s podcast is all about.
And I’m pretty excited to get this out because I haven’t heard anyone explain the concept in this way before.
It’s a mixture of my hyper analytical view of things (I have a love/hate relationship with this btw)…
And what I’ve found works best as a coach, utilizing the power of the subconscious mind to create breakthrough change.
So check out the podcast and see how the two different viewpoints interplay and how you can apply The Law of Attraction pragmatically in everyday situations.
Check it out:
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It’s so important to realize that everything in your life is under your control, and with the right mindset you can create, manifest, and attract whatever you want…
You just need to know what to look for, and even more importantly getting clarity on what you REALLY want in life, and creating a crystal clear gameplan to make it happen.
Again, I haven’t really heard anyone explain this topic like this before, so I’d love to get your feedback on the topic.
Shoot me a comment below and let me know what you think!
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Hey I enjoyed this podcast. I played piano for about 3 years when I was young, before I left homeschooling to enter junior high. From that point I played video games more haha! Also liked the movie The Secret, I only saw it once but it profoundly affected me.
Yeah, I think it reinforces the importance of having kids learn musical instruments. Definitely want my kids to play something… 🙂
Good stuff Wade! I’ve recently noticed a pattern of mine where I make a tiny bit of progress in one area but then stall/backslide, move on to something else and then rinse and repeat. Definitely some self resistance going on.
Yeah, the dabbler mentality there. Have you read Mastery by George Leonard? Might help out with that.