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Can the Law of Attraction theory help a person in their network marketing business? That is a question that is asked very often. Some people look at the law of attraction as a hoax. They say it’s something that really doesn’t work. They also say it’s something that can’t help them at all including their network marketing venture. I believe that the people who say these things are lacking proper information. I will try and clear things up with this article.

tvistemĂ„l cards, by virtue of the logo, job title, and email extension, have come to represent a piece of our identity, our connection to a corporate “tribe,” a company – a job!! A belonging, a fitting in, an acceptance of sorts. We’ve come to define ourselves, to varying degrees, by who we work for and what our job title is. And, being able to proffer a business card usually means we are employed and, therefore, worth something (worth is the key word here). We are tribed up!

This is where many people seem to misinterpret what the law of attraction actually is. One client I have been working with for over a year is a master at applying the principles to his professional as well as personal life.

Recently we added a client in Costa Mesa California, TruSpeed Motorcars. TruSpeed is an independent Porsche service center, and has certified technicians for BMW, Mercedes and Ferrari. They also have a technician that is Bentley and Land Rover certified. When the service manager let me know that we should add Bentley and Land Rover to our marketing campaign, I saw my income going way up. The GM quickly said the right thing and killed my pay raise. He said “We are not going to be the jack of all trades, we service only sports cars, and European ones at that, we are not advertising Bentley or Land Rover”.

Before you take action – whether it’s picking up the phone, replying to an email, or writing up a client report – stop for just half a minute. Take a couple of slow breaths, close your eyes, put your hand on your heart and ask yourself if now is the best time.

You’ve got the idea, you’ve got the drive, and you have the resources…but where do you go from there? Many Internet Marketers never consider the foundation of their business, instead choosing the “fly by the seat of your pants” approach. It doesn’t work, and many who have tried this approach fall down in flames or file for bankruptcy. Consider this: you know a little bit about building houses, so you decide to build your own. You build your two story house in 3 days, with only the knowledge you have and with as cheap as materials as possible. How long do you think that house will stand up when the window blows, or a hard rain comes? It won’t. Instead, you’ll be looking at a pile of rubble asking yourself what went wrong.

Don’t think you can skip marketing and sales altogether. You can’t if you want to build a successful business. But you can release any sense of force or manipulation. Let your marketing and sales generously offer the best of what you have, and allow the Law of Attraction to do the rest.