Love for the Leaders
If you’ve been working on your manifesting skills for a while, you probably have a long list of those you’re especially appreciative of.
Like the ones who …
- explained a concept or principle that finally clicked for us
- regularly showed up to inspire us with their calls or newsletters
- convinced us we were capable of manifesting our dreams
- shared their personal story that impacted us permanently
- kept us on track with the practices that work
I, for one, will never forget when Jeanna Gabellini asked me in a private coach session what I wanted, which I thought was a trick question. (Because what I really wanted was impossible. I’d learned that in coach training.)
When I told her it was to build a full time coaching practice in one month she promptly responded, “Then that’s what we’ll do.”
“Then that’s what we’ll do.” As if it were that easy!
And it was! (Or practically was.) Not anyone else in my coaching circle believed in ridiculous things like that.
But Jeanna did and thank God for it.
And when Abraham wrote in Ask And It Is Given, “You are not here to fix a broken world.” Reading those words changed my entire world paradigm on a dime. I literally felt like a different person after reading that sentence. (Seriously, I think my DNA shifted in that moment.)
Or when Frank Butterfield quotes Communion of Light suggesting we “Give up early and often.” That guy shares life-changing ideas!
I have a long list of teachers who have changed who I am in the world as a conscious creator.
I bet you do, too.
Appreciation for them and their work is a lovely thing to flow. There are lots of ways to thank those who have made a huge difference in your world:
Tell them so! Everyone loves to be reminded about the impact they’re having in the world.
Put their work into practice! There’s no greater reward than seeing people thrive as a result of what they shared.
Buy their stuff! Many of these teachers would have to do their work as a side job if it didn’t support their livelihood.
Send them referrals. That’s one of the highest compliments we can give – to send someone we care about in their direction.
Another way to show your LOA teachers some love is to …
One of my favorite things about organizing the LOA Leaders Awards is being introduced to new contributors in the field.
(Just when I thought I knew everything and everyone, someone will send in a vote for a mover and shaker I’ve never met!)
Which is my cue to thank you for showing the love to your favorite law of attraction teachers by voting for them, and to thank you for expanding our world by exposing their good work.
Remember: voting for 2014 ends this month; we’ll announce top votes in July; you can find last year’s top voted leaders here.