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Law of Attraction: How to Enjoy Your Work Life More

If nothing else, the LoA tells us that we have the power to shape and reshape our lives. It instructs us to focus on thoughts and actions that are conducive to the very specific goals we set. And to avoid becoming bogged down in negativity and hypothetical disaster scenarios.

Instead, what we should do is think about how we want to reshape our life, so that it is better. We should think about how a challenge might be overcome, rather than obsessing that the challenge exists in the first place. In short, we need to move far away from negative thoughts. And we need to move towards positive, productive, actionable thoughts. We need thoughts that can move us forward and provide us with direction, rather than ones that make us life in fear of failure.

Since the workplace is the place where we spend much of our waking hours (perhaps 30 to 60 of them a week), it’s no surprise that the key to improving our lives often lies in how happy we are with our work life.

Interestingly, though, the LoA doesn’t necessarily instruct us to “find a new job” if the current one is providing complete satisfaction. Rather, it suggests that we should stop focusing so narrowly on our dissatisfaction. Instead, what we should do is focus on how that dissatisfaction might be overcome by our actions and attitude.

Not only does this approach help us to improve our lives, but it empowers us to take control of things we normally let control us. For instance, on a daily basis, we live in fear of many things that will definitely happen at work; and, when they do, we will find ourselves irritated or bored.

Surprisingly, most of us do little to try to change these situations. Instead of focusing on the issue and visualizing a plausible and positive solution, we simply give in to its inevitability, and spend the day dreading the time when it will finally show up.

But, in truth, we do not need to do this. We can take control of our life. And we can do it using the LoA. From now on, spend at least 15 minutes each night visualizing how you can improve the following workday. Focus on the things that you hate most; and use the powerful simulator that your brain provides in order to overcome those things.

But in addition to this, keep in mind what the LoA claims: you will attract that which you focus on. So, you may not only want to focus on attracting these clear improvements into your life, but you may also want to focus on attracting the things that you do enjoy about your workday, too. If you can amplify these things, you will dread the coming workday less and less.