The other day I asked a question on Facebook:

“The Law of Attraction: hogwash or legit?”

A lot of people gave their thoughts, which went across the board from it being complete nonsense to it being 100% legit and as solid as the law of gravity.

But others were in the middle, saying that there’s something to the LOA but it’s usually missing the important “action” part.

I fall in that camp.

Although I often poke fun at woo woo stuff, some of my favourite books (ie: “Think and Grow Rich”) have some pretty out-there ideas. And at the moment, I’m enjoying Joe Dispenza’s “Breaking The Habit Of Being Yourself” – which isn’t exactly a “meat and potatoes” type of book either.

I’m for thinking positive AND combining action to achieve your goals (not sitting in your La-Z-Boy and chanting in the hopes that everything you want will fall in your lap).

I’m not sold on the stories of the universe giving LOA experts the closest parking spot at the mall every single time they go shopping, but if you walk around negative all day long – griping about how unfair the world is and how things never work out for you – it doesn’t exactly set you up for success.

It’s all about keeping the right mindset and putting yourself in the right situations to receive good things.

Kevin, a coach who’s currently going through my “10 Clients In 90 Days” program, told me an interesting story that shows this:

He was on a plane a few weeks ago, and struck up a conversation with the woman sitting next to him.

He’s a new coach, full of energy and excited to talk about his business. While they were chatting, he mentioned that he’s a coach and she then opened up and described what was going on in her life and the challenges she’s currently facing.

As she told him more, he realized that she was his exact, ideal client (the one that he got clear on from our efforts in 10C90D) and she ended up hiring him right on the plane.

That one conversation 30,000 feet in the air led to a new client.

Cue “The Twilight Zone” music …

The opportunity presented itself because he was clear on what he wants (that type of client) and took action by talking about what he does with his business.

He has his inner radar set to look out for people he can help, and he found one that day on the plane.

While I can’t promise that you’ll find your next coaching client on a plane like Kevin did, I am confident that “10 Clients In 90 Days” will get more of them into your business.

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