My Best Successes Came from Crap
Anyone who’s heard one of my interviews or read Adventures in Manifesting knows my best successes came from crap.
Meaning, it was very high contrast that inspired the biggest wins of my life:
- threatening to be fired led to a miraculous new client dropping right in my lap
- a nervous breakdown in the backyard led to a life-saving turnaround with foster dog adoptions
- pressures of the corporate world and huge financial fears led to a swiftly thriving coaching practice
- the worst breakup ever led to relationship bliss and happiness like never before.
I’m not such a fan of huge contrast now that I know better how to manage it, but it doesn’t change how valuable it is for creating really great stuff that comes next.
That is, when we know how to work it.
In each of my favorite success stories, the key to benefiting from all that contrast was an effective redirection of attention. That is a crucial element.
But none of those big wins could have happened as fabulously without the high contrast.
I share this because it’s really easy for some creators to think that things “gone wrong” in life are a sign of failure or doom – but it couldn’t be more opposite.
The worse it is now, the better it gets next. That is, when you manage your focus (i.e. vibration).
It’s one reason I get so excited when a new client shows up with something really awful on their plate. Oh, the places they’ll go – when they learn how to use it!
That’s what this entire blog is devoted to – inspiring fellow creators to get crystal clear and conscious about redirecting our all-powerful attention. When we know how to do that, nothing can stop us from creating whatever we dare imagine!
It’s worth remembering next time it seems like you’re dealing with a lot of “crap” on your plate. The unwanted stuff is a sign of good things coming!
Because that undesirable stuff works to your highest benefit – when you practice vibration management.
So if you’ve had a lot of contrast in your world lately, that’s a good sign that things are about to get very, very good.