Ask and Ye Shall Receive – A Mindset

Ask and ye shall receiveI’m a big believer in the saying, “ask and ye shall receive.”  It works for me every time I need it to.  I also believe that this saying is about the law of attraction and the law of attraction is alive and well in my life.  It’s a mindset that you can develop by making it a habit.

Here’s an example of how it works:

I was talking to someone the other day about listing my books and the CD package from The Youth Empowerment Telesummit on Clickbank.  I’ve tried to list things on Clickbank twice before and messed up both times.  It’s a complicated system with a lot, a lot of rules.  It made my head spin and I let it go.

So after my conversation with my colleague, I said, “I need to find someone who can add these to Clickbank for me.”

Today I was catching up on reading the posts here in the UBC and lo and behold, Shawn Snyder has a post on using Clickbank.  She’s offering a free video she made on how to use it. 

Well, I have no desire to even try it, ever again, but I want to list these products there.  So, I emailed Shawn and said “let’s talk about this.”  I’d rather hire her and have her maneuver through that maze than try to tackle it myself, at least at this time.  I’m learning to outsource, it’s only money after all.

If you are really serious about needing or wanting something, just putting that thought out into the universe will bring it to you.  Have you had this experience?  What do you need that you need to ask for right now?

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Nicki Sanders - April 13, 2013

You are so right that mindset is the most important step to success. Great post with 2 very important takeaways for me – “it’s only money after all” and “what do you need that you need to ask for right now”. Thanks for the reminders!!
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    Julia - April 13, 2013

    Those are 2 important takeaways Nicki. I’ve learned that sometimes it costs less to pay someone else to do something for you than it costs to do it yourself. And I’ve learned to trust that if I don’t get what I ask for, that perhaps I’ve asked for the wrong thing and need to rethink what I need/want.

    Thank you for leaving your comment, I appreciate your support.

Gwynne Montgomery - April 13, 2013

I have that experience ALL THE TIME. Whether I want to have it or not!

And it’s so true about outsourcing. Ultimately, outsourcing not only saves you time and frustration, it allows you to put your time and effort into your passion and into making more money. If you have to spend all your time doing the tedious things, you’re sacrificing your own income producing capability.
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    Julia - April 13, 2013

    You summarized my thinking about outsourcing perfectly Gwynne. Nothing creates frustration for me faster than trying to figure out these technical processes. It isn’t like I have a lot of extra money, however, it is money well spent.

    Thank you for adding to the conversation, I appreciate that.

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