‘Healing Practitioners’ do not fit in a ‘regular world’. As healers, they have a
calling to do something more, but get stuck in their limitations whether it is
old programming, self-confidence and self-worth, or self-value to receive money.
It is essential that we have better relationships with who we are, what our gifts are, what we can share, and recognize that we can receive money for what we are doing,
to serve other people, and to have a better life.
Unfortunately limitations can get in the way. So, it is vital that you have a relationship with yourself first, if you are going to be successful. Relationships
affect our entire world, so it is crucial that we work on ourselves first.
For some people they get stuck in only focusing on the business aspects. Business success is broader than simply creating and producing, marketing and selling a product and/or service, and making a profit. The main emphasis foremost should be on the foundation. To build enduring business relationships, it begins with ‘you’.
Shift your focus from Getting to Giving. In this case, it means time and time again, on a consistent basis, provide value to others. That philosophy happens to be financially profitable, and an influential way to live your life and operate your business.
Equally, the key to moving forward in
your business is to stay open to receiving.
A perfect example is taken from the
Go-Giver book on the Law of Receptivity.
In this passage, Pindar, the mentor, says to Joe, “Joe, I want you to breathe out and don’t breathe in.” So Joe tries. After eight seconds – he’s gasping … ten seconds – gasping … twelve seconds … he cannot do it any longer.
He finally starts coughing. He says, “I have to breathe in. I can’t just breathe out.”
Pindar says, “Well, Joe, what if I told you it’s been scientifically proven that it’s healthier to breathe out than it is to breathe in?”
“That’s crazy! You have to do both.”
“You must breathe out, which is giving, and you must breathe in, which is receiving.”
Build a relationship with yourself first. Serve people. Look for opportunities to truly serve, and add value to people’s lives. Be open to receive.
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