have a steady stream of ideal clients who joyfully pay for
Each time I
introduce myself with this carefully worded sentence, my
audience has the same reaction. After a few moments of
silence, someone asks, "How do you get them to pay
always this way, I explain. When I first started my Web
design business, I found that I was attracting a lot of
clients who wanted to barter or trade their services for
mine. I noticed that a lot of those folks promoted
themselves as "prosperity and abundance coaches." Yet they
seemed unwilling to pay money for my services.
learned, through understanding the Law of Attraction, that
we attract to ourselves whatever we are thinking, feeling
or doing. I began to look at what I was doing to attract
discovered that I was quite proud of my ability to find the
best bargain or the cheapest rate. And I held a strong
resentment toward people who made a lot of money!
adage, "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you,"
became more meaningful as it dawned on me that if I
want clients to joyfully pay for my services, I must
joyfully pay for services that I receive.
next few months, I took special note of the slightest
annoyance I experienced when paying for a service or
product. I didn't need to understand why I
felt that way. (Figuring out why felt like
"justification.") I just needed to ACKNOWLEDGE that I felt
that way, and then I could DECIDE to feel
I've used the phrase, "I'm in the process of
to help me make that shift to a better feeling.
the process of feeling joyful about paying Betty for her
the process of feeling good about paying this legal
the process of feeling better and better about paying
those words, "I'm in the process of
better because it is true. I AM in the process of
changing! And as I change, so do the types of people,
places, situations and circumstances that I attract to
the feeling behind what we say is as important as the words
we use. If we want others to pay joyfully for our services,
we must FEEL joyful when paying for the services of
Founder, who would love to help you decide if one of our Programs is right for you.
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