The Laws of Life Part Three

In the previous sessions we covered steps one, two, and three and they are as follows:
1. You MUST first Invest In Running Business plant the seed.
2. You MUST plant the seed in a place that will allow it to grow.
3. You MUST provide the seed with water and sunlight.
Now let’s jump right into the fourth step;
1. You MUST remove the weeds and other things that will kill the young tree as it as growing.
This is probably as important as planting your seed in fertile ground in the first place. The weeds and other things that will kill your plant, your life, your business, are negativity, bad habits, bad actions, bad words, etc. You MUST get these things away from your seed, your life, and your business if you expect the seed to grow. So many people plant a good seed in fertile ground and kill it by saying; “I can’t do this.” Or “This thing won’t work.” Or, “I’m not good enough.” These thoughts and words lead to actions and those actions kill everything that you’ve worked for.
I’ll definitely get into this in another blog but I want to touch on it briefly right now. The words you say are powerful. The words you write are powerful. Words period contain power. The pen is mightier than the sword is a clich?� but clich?�s are clich?�s for a reason. Most of the time the clich?�s are true. It is imperative that you make certain that you don’t, in the midst of planting the positive seeds of your Mini Budget Business in fertile ground, also choke the seed and resulting tree with the weeds that you unwittingly plant by carelessly speaking negatively. Here are a few examples of phrases that negatively affect your outcome:
1. That’s the way it’s always been.
2. I don’t need to know anymore than I already know.
3. Nobody cares.
4. I’ll let somebody else worry about it.
5. This is the only way.
6. Money doesn’t grow on trees.
7. Life is hard.
8. You can’t have everything you want.
9. It’s just not possible.
10. I’m set in my ways.
11. You can’t teach an old dog new tricks.
12. I’m too old to learn something new.
13. It’s impossible.
14. I’ll do it tomorrow.
15. I’m a loser.
16. I can’t do that.
Which of these do you use? I know people who say “I don’t know” so frequently that it’s a part their everyday speech pattern. BUT they are, every time they say it, planting seeds that will lead to them receiving a harvest of not knowing.
Stay tuned for the final chapter which will tell you exactly how to make the changes in your life and in your event planning business that you desire.

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