Money and The Cost of Resistance

Money and The Cost of Resistance“The greatest discovery of all time is that a person can change his future
by merely changing his attitude.

—–   Oprah Winfrey

How much is your struggle costing you?

How much does it cost – in time and money and lost relationships, when you’re struggling?  When you’re pushing, pushing, pushing, disappointed, frustrated, angry, more pushing.   If you just look at it financially, is all that struggle, fighting, resistance worth $100? $1000? $10,000?  $50,000? Money that could otherwise come to you through the path of least resistance.

When you’re coming from a good place people around you pick up on that. They pick up on your sincerity.  They pick up on your genuineness.  And as a result of that people are more apt to work with you. They’re more apt to open up opportunities for you. How many deals and purchases are based on a gut feeling?

Are people feeling good when they’re with you?  Or are they feeling your pressure?

Put out a clear intention as far as what you want in business. And then let go of resistance.  Let go of trying to make it happen.

That doesn’t mean you sit around waiting for the universe to deliver.  It just means you don’t hold so tightly to the outcome that you forget the present moment.  You let go of pushing – pushing against the past, pushing for the future. Ironically, when you push for the outcome you say you want, you end up pushing against it – Because you’re so focused on it NOT being here now.

When you’re not struggling and you’re not pushing and you’re not fighting, you’re able to see openings that you didn’t see before.   You feel better and people feel relaxed and comfortable with you.  Relationships can be built.  And money comes from the value you share.

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