What’s on your mind?
Tell me what you’re pondering, and I’ll tell you if you’re profiting. Your focus says a lot about your financials.
If you’re concentrating on lucrative projects, better clients, and higher margins, you’re attracting prosperity.
If you’re concentrating on obstacles rather than opportunities in this economy, you’re attracting poverty. No magic, here, just mind control.
Think about big payoffs, and you’ll get them. Think, instead, about big problems, and you’ll get them. What you think about expands. As you sow, so shall you reap.
The most financially successful design professionals I know are the best time — and mind – managers.
They focus their day on the most productive tasks. They focus their thoughts on abundance. And they focus their attention on NOW.
Adopt that kind of focus, and notice how destructive feelings go out of focus. Your fears, worries and regrets will go away.
Will you find financial success or scarcity this Fall?
You have a choice, you know. It’s as easy to attain one as the other. All you have to do is put your mind to it. All you have to do is decide.
Too many design professionals make that decision without even realizing it. They choose to lose.
They choose to charge too little. And give away their time and expertise. And work with low budget clients. And cave into price objections. They choose to struggle, rather than succeed.
They have every right to make that choice, of course. So do you. If you choose to think impoverished thoughts, you’ll get impoverished results.
If, on the other hand, you practice prosperity thinking, abundance will flow into your design career.
Fred Berns is an interior design industry sales and marketing coach and trainer.