Manifest Your Destiny and Change Your Life Forever
My sincerest apologies for not posting lately, but I recently accepted a position at a very cool technologically advanced company. Been spending my time learning their processes and it’s simply amazing. The reason I am writing is to share with all of you who are looking for work, how I landed this job. Or in other words, how to manifest your destiny!
I spent months filling in employment applications at multiple online recruiting sites. I won’t even tell you how many resumes and cover letters I wrote, but those of you in the hunt know it’s a full time job. Sure, I received emails back thanking me for my interest, but never was I called in for an interview. I had been quite successful in my previous positions and was looking to continue in the same industry.
So, I got fed up. I decided to manifest what I wanted in this world to be my reality. I used energy, focus and gifts to guide me. I spoke out loud the words that needed to be said to place them into this universe. One day shortly after deciding to change my world, I noticed a person had looked at my profile on LinkedIn. I’ve had many people look at my profile in the past, but this time something made me go look them up.
I first researched the person, then their company, then their product. I liked what they were doing so I called the owner directly. He was kind enough to show me his product and I in turn said I thought I might have a client for him. That led to an in-person meeting with the SVP of Sales and Marketing. We hit it off and the rest is history.
Now I could have continued to do the same thing I had done over and over again expecting a different result, but isn’t that the exact definition of insanity? Times are tough for everyone, don’t let anyone fool you. If you have been knocking your head against a wall trying to accomplish something; change your perspective. Trust in yourself and ask the universe for help. Actually say your request out loud, in a respectful manner as if it has already been granted to you. I hope you will come back and share comments about your experiences. This is nothing new, it’s actually quite an old practice. If you would like to email me with questions, feel free to do so at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I leave you with this: To get something you’ve never had in your life, you must do something you have never done in your life. Wishing you only the best today, tomorrow and always.
Namaste dear souls!