Mastering the Art of Manifestation: How Five Simple Words Can Empower You to Achieve Your Desires

How Five Simple Words Can Empower You to Achieve Your Desires

Art of Manifestation

Art of Manifestation

In this blog post you will learn mastering the art of manifestation and How Five Simple Words Can Empower You to Achieve Your Desires. The power of words should not be underestimated, as they can shape our thoughts, beliefs system, and whatever we do. Five simple words are given here that can empower you to achieve your desires:

Mastering the Art of Manifestation: Getting What You Want:
Do you ever feel like you have untapped potential hiding in plain sight? Maybe you haven’t taken action because you don’t want to challenge the status quo or because you thought you were doing the right thing at the time. It’s time to change that. There are three words that can help you start getting what you want: decided, the ly words, and because.

The Power of the Ly Words
The “ly” words (typically, usually, normally, ordinarily) are powerful and persuasive. They can change everything for us if we listen for them and know what to do once we hear them.

Decidedly Because
Decided is the first word that can change what was. When someone says they decided to do something, it doesn’t necessarily mean they executed on it. The second word is the ly words, which add persuasive power. And the most powerful word is because. By understanding and using these three words, you can start getting what you want.

Interactive Exercise
Let’s explore how these words show up in our lives. We’ll do a little study and see why we’re missing the folded cups in our lives and what we can do in those moments.

A Personal Story
Here a personal story is being share about struggling with infertility and how the doctor’s decision led to a protocol that seemed impossible to follow. However, by reevaluating the word “decided,” she realized that it didn’t mean the decision was final. This realization changed everything and opened up a new path.

Unlocking Untapped Potential
As a consultant, the speaker helps companies find the untapped potential hidden in their employees. By understanding and using the power of the words decided, the ly words, and because, we can unlock our own untapped potential and start getting what we want.

Buy it then you wouldn’t buy it so let’s do another experiment here we go. How many of you have ever made a New Year’s resolution to do anything? Like quit smoking, lose weight, become vegan, ask for a raise, have more kids, get married, come out, etc.? Keep your hands up. Now, put your hand down if you did not execute on that decision in the time you expected to execute on it. What happened? Life happened. Just because you decided to do something doesn’t mean you actually did it. Only 8% of people actually meet their New Year’s resolutions.

When it comes to decision making, we all go through the same three stages: research, reasoning, and result. Research is the stage where you investigate and explore your options. Reasoning is where you weigh the pros and cons and make a decision. And result is when you take action and buy the groceries, so to speak. Today, we’ll be focusing on the reasoning stage.

Decided does not always mean executed. Just because someone decided to do something doesn’t mean they actually did it. The same goes for words that end in “ly”, like typically, normally, usually, etc. These words are like a paper cup that can easily be torn open to get what you want.

Imagine the word “decided” and these “ly” words like a closet that is 98% closed, but there’s always something sticking out. They’re just little folds that can be opened up if you push the boundaries a little. Don’t be afraid to go beyond what is typically or usually done.

At the end of the day, ask yourself if you want to clap your hands and say “not bad” or if you wish you had pushed the boundaries a little more. Open up that 2% and see what happens.

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