3 LOA tips for the workplace

Many of us spend most of our time in the workplace. If you’re not loving your time there (and studies show that more than half of Americans don’t), you can use the Law of Attraction to create a better experience or even help you get a promotion. Doing so is one of the quickest and easiest ways to get more job satisfaction. Here are some strategies you can put in place today.

  • Stay away from the water cooler. Sure, griping about our problems and our mutual hatred of the boss can feel invigorating, but remember, we attract what we think about and what we talk about. So if I’m telling three different co-workers about the latest reasons why the boss is a b**tch, I’m sending those thoughts out into the universe to attract similar thoughts and similar experiences to me. What we focus on grows, so focusing on those complaints is merely going to give me more to complain about. Why not try applying the law of attraction in a different way. Start talking to your griping co-workers about more positive occurrences and see if you can attract more positive conversations.
  • Role-play your way into a promotion. Where do you intend to go in the workplace? Do you want your boss’s job? Or perhaps you want a job in a different part of the company? Identify someone who has effectively achieved what you’d like to achieve and study them and then act as they do. Those who understand the Law of Attraction understand the power of acting as-if. When we live and feel as if what we want has already we occurred, we take actions that support the vision and shepherd that reality to us. Role-playing not only impacts the way you act, but the way you dress. Ever heard the saying ‘dress for job you want, not the job you have?’ That’s Law of Attraction at its finest.
  • Focus on the positive. This suggestion may be the most difficult, particularly if you’re having a tough time at work. However, there’s always something to be grateful for even if it’s just the fact that you have a paycheck. If there’s one element of your job that you love and eleven that you hate, shift your thoughts back to that one enjoyable task whenever you feel frustrated about the other 11. Don’t take my word for it; try this for a month and notice whether you find that the dreaded tasks are less bothersome or possibly fall off of your plate. If you can’t find anything good about your job, shift your thoughts to the ideal job you’d like to have. Get into visualization mode and imagine the details surrounding the dream job. Then do one thing each day to move toward that job, whether it’s checking job listings, sending an email to a professional contact or submitting a resume.  When your thoughts of frustration arise, take a deep breath and again direct your thoughts to the new job that your efforts are drawing to you. As your frustration drops, your point of attraction will shift in your favor.

If you really want to give your career a boost, consider lifting your vibration while on your daily commute. I started listening to LOA audiobooks when I had a 45-minute commute and found that I no longer dreaded the traffic and showed up at work feeling good remembering many LOA tips that improved the outcome of my day. One of my favorite audiobooks is The Law of Attraction CD Collection by Jerry and Esther Hicks. Six months after I started listening to this CD set every morning and afternoon while going to and from a job situation I hated, the opportunity arose for me to make a much more rewarding career move. I credit my improved mood in the workplace for the opportunity, and am 100 percent certain that my inspirational commute was the key.

 

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