The Inner Marketer Day 1
What better way to start the new year with a new slate. If you are an Internet Marketer or have your own business, you know that there are so many different parts to the “big machine” that you are accountable for. You follow your guidelines to your financial goals, communicate with people, and even go the extra mile to attend events. That’s your business mind in action where you are motivated to learn, to earn, to grow.
But what about your total mindset?
How can you breakthrough different things that may stop you in your path? How can you overcome that subconscious mind that holds you back? This is a part of you that needs to be addressed. If you go full speed ahead with your business and not address things that are holding you back to limitless opportunities you may not recognize those little thoughts you get during the course of a day that prevent you from your maximum potential?
I call this The Inner Marketer
There are so many modalities to do this, but just doing one task at a time will make it simple for you to do. Taking baby steps will help you achieve whatever it is that is blocking you.
The Inner Marketer Day 1 – Gratitude
Before we can attract anything into our lives we need to be grateful for what we already have. It can be as grandiose as your wonderful home with all the bells and whistles. It also can be your one room apartment, or a room at a friend’s home. We have so much to be grateful for.
Running water, shelter, food, are some things we never give a second thought to, while millions of people on the planet do not have these things.
Our families, friends, children,
I have formed a habit of Gratitude. Each morning, before I put my feet on the ground from my bed. I think of what I’m grateful for. I have been doing this for such a long time that sometimes the images are funny. An example is one day I had an image of my forks and spoons. “That’s odd” I thought to myself. I laughed so hard with that image in my mind. But then I realized that when I purchased them long ago, they were quite expensive, but I just loved the shape and feel of them, so I purchased them. Funny right? Never gave my fork a second thought for the past 10 years, but that day I appreciated what I had obtained.
So my friends, if you put this into motion and make it a habit in your life, you will notice how much you have and be grateful for.
Here’s my call to action: Name one thing you are grateful for!