Time management techniques using the law of attraction and positive thinking are tools to help you use your time wisely. Many people in developed countries take advantage of electronic scheduling systems to help them manage their time. However, electronic scheduling systems only tell you what needs to be done. They do not help you decide what is important or urgent. This is where the law of attraction comes to the rescue.
The law of attraction is defined as “a cosmic principle, present in every human mind and body, that creates positive energy in proportion to your belief that you are a contained unit, and repellent in proportion to your negativism”. The law of attraction works in much the same way as the classic conservation of momentum. You apply this principle in your life by tapping into your infinite potential and telling yourself that you are a contained unit. This works in much the same way that the conservation of momentum works in physics. The amount of momentum in a system is directly related to the amount of energy contained in the system. The law of attraction works on a similar principle.
The law of attraction and time management fit together like a glove!
Think of a gas where atoms are free to move about the space between the electrons. If you apply a force between the gas molecules, the gas will expand. If you apply a force between the electrons, the electrons will squeeze tighter and the gas will contract. Apply a force anywhere and the system will work as designed. So what is contained in you? You are a collection of all your positive thoughts, feelings, and desires. These are all composed of all the positive thoughts, feelings, and desires you have ever had. The interesting thing about positive energy is that you can hold onto it indefinitely. So how does the law of attraction work? The law of attraction works by the principle of universal creation. All positivity is created equally. Your past experiences, your beliefs, your hopes, your desires, are all created equally. So how can the law of attraction be effective when some people think they have a bigger wallet? The law of attraction does work on the more stubborn people and the more stubborn you are the more the law of attraction works.
The idea that it takes a month or two to build a new habit is totally untrue. So long as you want to change you can use any excuse in the book, even the real reason you want to do something, to keep you from doing it. For example if you have always been a chronic drinker and you come to believe that your life will improve if you stop drinking you will find a way to use this excuse any time, any where. There are people who will believe that you can make money through the internet in a couple of hours a day. The law of attraction works on people who are always thinking and always planning. You can use any excuse you want, anytime, anywhere.
Big stuff and little stuff are the same its all about perception!
The concept of “big stuff” and “little stuff” is partially accurate. The idea of big stuff that you cannot do little stuff until you have done big stuff is also partially accurate. However the law of attraction works on the thinking part of your brain and the desire to do little stuff works on the feeling part of your brain. So you can apply the law of attraction to both the big stuff and the little stuff.
The law of attraction works on the law of universal creation. The law of universal creation works on the law of attraction. You can work on both the big stuff and the little stuff. When you apply the law of attraction to the big stuff it attracts positive energy to you. The feeling of energy becomes irresistible to you and it becomes a very simple habit to do. Once you have applied the law of attraction to the big stuff it becomes very easy to do and you become very happy and productive.
So if you are having Time Management issues start to put the law of attraction into action to help you with all your issues.
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