Valentine's Day is an excellent day to address The Law of Attraction, even if we're discussing it within the context of the world of employment.
As usual, let's start with a definition. The Law of Attraction is the belief that the kind of thoughts you have correspond directly with the experiences that you have.
For instance, if you continually have positive thoughts, then that will produce consistently positive experiences. On the other hand, if you continually have negative thoughts, then that will produce consistently negative experiences.
As you can see, there is a "cause and effect" element at work. Positive thoughts "attract" positive experiences. Negative thoughts "attract" negative experiences.
As you might imagine, not everybody agrees with this law and the rationale behind it. However, there is some truth behind the premise, and the reason is rather simple.
A person who is consumed by positive thoughts is always looking for a reason (even subconsciously) why something CAN be done, or CAN happen. On the other hand, a person who is consumed by negative thoughts is always looking for a reason (even subconsciously) why something can NOT be done or can NOT happen.
It's almost like a self-fulfilling prophecy. If you're expecting something positive to happen, then something positive usually happens. And if something positive does not happen, then you still have a positive outlook about the situation. (You're "looking on the bright side of life.")
If you're expecting something negative to happen, then something negative usually happens. And if something positive happens instead, then you're looking for the negative aspect of the situation or expecting something negative to happen in the near future.
So how does The Law of Attraction relate to your current job and your career? Perhaps in more ways than you think:
So, since it's Valentine's Day, take a moment to think about The Law of Attraction. Not only in regard to the opposite sex, of course, but also in regards to your job and your career.
Do you have more positive thoughts than negative thoughts during the course of the day? Or is it the other way around?
And if you're ready to make the next move in your career, Time Staffing can help! Contact us today to find out about the employment opportunities that are available in your chosen field.
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