“Make it a habit to tell people thank you. To express your appreciation, sincerely and without the expectation of anything in return. Truly appreciate those around you, and you’ll soon find many others around you. Truly appreciate life, and you’ll find that you have more of it.” –Ralph Marston
Throughout the ages, much has been written on the subject of love, gratitude and appreciation and its powerful connection to the Law of Attraction. A search of the internet and a visit to your bookstore will provide you access to the world’s greatest teachers and their various practices for expressing appreciation to expand one’s ability to attract more of what is desired.
Over the years, I have learned from many of these teachers to whom I express my appreciation and love for introducing me to the essence of this concept.
As I developed a greater capacity for expressing appreciation to those who make positive contributions to my life, I also developed my own practice to obtain the highest levels of attraction.
My method of tapping into this continually-generating, abundant source of loving energy, is what I call my ‘Loving 33 Ways System™’.
Most of us focus our attention of what we have not yet attracted. Yet, using the power of the Law of Attraction, it is important to focus our attention and appreciation on the people we have already attracted.
If you intend to attract more customers and you already have at least one customer, you will be focusing on activities to love 33 ways on that one customer until more customers start coming your way.
If you intend to write a book and you have attracted an idea for the book, then you will be focusing on activities to love 33 ways on people who support that idea until your book manifests into a best-seller.
If you intend to attract a life partner and you are not currently dating someone – yet, you do have friends – you will be focusing on activities to love 33 ways on your friends until your appreciation of their friendship attracts your life partner to you.
33 Times A Year
Various consumer behavior studies have shown that it takes on average 33 different contacts with a customer for them to feel appreciated by the business. That’s 33 proactive contacts after the person has already become a customer! We can apply the same principle to all the people in our life we appreciate.
A few of these appreciation activities are birthday cards, sharing information of value related to their personal and professional interests, and providing referrals to other people who they would enjoy meeting, etc.
Here are a few ways that Chi-To-Be! Master™ Tara R. shows appreciation to the people who contribute to her life…
“I started last week by offering to pick up one of my team coaching clients and bring her to a local farmers market to show her around. Not only did she appreciate this, but I felt so blessed to have this time with her, and we both learned a lot from the local farmers. I loved another client in this way: instead of simply dropping off prepared chicken broth as I usually do, I brought the supplies over and we made a batch together. I received the blessing of supporting my client in creating responsibility and ownership of her own health recovery. An unexpected, and equally great, by-product is her husband LOVED coming home to the smell of the broth cooking and is now making his own health changes.”
How do you show appreciation to those who contribute to your life?
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