Manifesting helps young entrepreneurs achieve success. The manifestation process helps develop skills such as confidence and mindfulness while positively impacting traits such as self-esteem. Entrepreneurs must believe they have what it takes to achieve business success. Manifestation helps focus them on a positive outcome, further motivating them to take the necessary steps to reach for and achieve their goals.
What is manifestation?
Manifesting is the process of putting your aspirations into words and bringing them alive in a visionary form. It uses the Law of Attraction, where energy attracts like energy. Many believe the universe has the power to respond and help provide that energy. Others will point out that regardless of your belief in a response from the universe, there is power in positive thinking, and you do have the power to change your brain and fill it with positive experiences.
It’s a form of positive self-talk.
Entrepreneurs cannot create a successful business without belief in themselves. A business owner may change paths and stumble multiple times, but getting back up and taking another step forward is what leads to ultimate success in business. Success does not happen overnight, no matter how much we wish.
Manifestation techniques aren’t about wishing a business plan will write itself or that a small business will succeed, though the end goal of those accomplishments is the same! It’s visualizing the success and backing up the business idea with effort.
Using the power means visualizing you as a successful entrepreneur, working your dream business and moving through your day.
It’s having a path worth fighting for, and knowing those 4 extra hours a day, and foregoing expensive treats for 2 solid years is carving the path and building a successful business.
It’s using visualization and affirmations. It’s meditation and alignment with your vision board. That, combined with effort and action are all part of manifesting success in business.
Technically speaking, our brains cannot distinguish between a real experience or an experience you visualize. Filling it with good experiences and a vision of success is beneficial.
Manifesting can attract abundance as a result of having a positive mindset and eliminating limiting beliefs.
Our nervous system cannot tell the difference between an actual experience and experience imagined vividly, emotionally and in detail. In fact, only 10% of what our brain processes and translates is from our conscious thoughts. 90% of it comes from our subconscious!
Feeding your brain positive thoughts is more about affecting your outlook, than making up a happy ending.
You’ve heard the saying “positivity breeds positivity,” and “negativity breeds negativity.” This is what we’re talking about.
The human subconscious automatically strives for any objectives or goals we set for it, whether positive or negative, true or false, right or wrong. It has a great influence on our behavior.
“When you visualize, then you materialize. If you’ve been there in the mind, you’ll go there in the body.” —Dr. Denis Waitley
It’s possible to manifest business success by creating this expectation for your future self.
That said, getting to that next level and achieving business goals requires ACTION. There is no substitution for you doing your part.
Manifesting is not an excuse to be delusional! It’s adds to your power of positive thinking and your ability to put this knowledge about how your brain works to good use!
Improve your self image, your self esteem and see yourself as a winner.
If you do not believe you’ve got what it takes, then you actually don’t. You won’t follow through. You won’t get it done, because that thinking leads to “why bother” instead of “I’ve got things to do” and loving the feeling of accomplishment.
Even if it’s a small step, it’s a step. Take 1 – just 1 – each day for a month and you’ve got at least 28 steps forward that you didn’t have before. It’s not a race. Steps are positive. Learning and stumbling and getting back up is all positive. Unless you visualize yourself as a loser who doesn’t know enough and can’t stop stumbling.
Taking the time to manifest on a daily, weekly, or periodic basis benefits you by positively impacting skills such as your self-confidence and helps build personality traits such as self-esteem.
We don’t realize it, but we are all manifesting on a regular basis, but it’s more in the form of seeing how great our vacation will be or how our garden will look after we pull the weeks. We’re natural Envisionaries, and that’s all it takes to manifest in relation to our businesses.
“To accomplish great things we must not only act but also dream, not only plan but also believe.” – Anatole France
Take the time – the 5 minutes – to put that energy into thinking about your dream having come true. Consider yourself already wildly successful and visualize your next day on the job
You take action!
The process of manifesting helps build:
- Improves your positive self-image
- Increases motivation
- Opens up your willingness to learn
Which results in:
- You embrace change.
- You follow through.
- Creative solutions come to you.
- You worry less and enjoy more.
How to manifest success.
Visualization requires you to be aligned and act with intention.
- Create a 5-10 minute daily/weekly routine.
- Decide what you want.
- Believe you deserve it.
- Believe it’s possible.
- Write it down.
- Close your eyes and visualize having what you want, as if it is reality.
- Feel the feelings of already having it.
- Focus on what you are grateful for, say your affirmations.
- Allow yourself to transform.
- Then open your eyes, release this positive feeling and go about your day.
“We become what we think about. Energy flows where attention goes.” – Rhonda Byrne
The power of positivity is meaningful.
Believe that you can achieve your goals. Believe you will become that person whose goals and dreams are achievable.
Birds of a feather flock together, so they say.
They also say to elevate yourself, you don’t want to be the smartest person in the room. That could refer to IQ, experience, or simple someone’s wonderful appreciation of life.
That said – put yourself around people who are going places, who inspire you, and make you feel motivated.
“What you think you become. What you feel you attract. What you imagine you create.” – Buddha
How does this actually affect you?
Visualize surrounding yourself with negativity every day for 1 year:
- Those making bad choices, wasting your time, insulting you, being lazy, irresponsible, refusing to move forward…
If you fell into this, where would you be a year later? Even if you took the high road, how much time would you waste as a result of managing them?
Now visualize choosing positivity every day for 1 year:
- The one who slipped and got up smiling, realizing exactly how it could be worse and therefore appreciating it being recoverable.
- The one who genuinely tries every single day and wishes you a good day.
- The one who gets slammed with bad luck but doesn’t give up, and has that ready smile.
- The one whose ingenuity amazes you.
- The one who could have a 4 page resume with so many great qualities and experiences to share.
You a year later. Did seeing your glass as half full become effortless?
Visualizing yourself and manifesting a positive situation leads you to find the positives and easily make the right choices. Eventually, you won’t allow negativity to set you back.
Maybe it’s the universe. Maybe it’s the fact that your positive outlook attracted like-minded people who find ways around hurdles because they’ll accept nothing less.
No matter how you believe it happens – it happens. Your self-image has a lot to do with it.
“Every intention sets energy into motion, whether you are aware of it or not.” —Henry David Thoreau
Incredibly successful and influential people who wear rose-colored glasses?
“Nurture your mind with great thoughts, for you will never go any higher than you think.” – Benjamin Disraeli
“The more you praise and celebrate your life, the more there is in life to celebrate.” – Oprah Winfrey
“Once you replace negative thoughts with positive ones, you’ll start having positive results.” – Willie Nelson
“Write it on your heart that every day is the best day in the year.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
“Whether you think you can or can’t, either way, you are right.” – Henry Ford
Your next steps are to consistently see yourself as a winner. Feed your mind with positive and vivid images of your achievements.
See your glass as half-full by consciously looking for the positive side of whatever just happened.
Your subconscious will then turn this positive self-image into action. Again, your subconscious has a great influence on your behavior.
The traffic is bad. Okay, you could get mad, beep, yell, speed later, and create stress. Try appreciating the few extra minutes of music or sunshine. Consider how it actually sucks to be them and be so frustrated. You aren’t moving forward any faster, and speeding later will actually save you what? A minute on your GPS? If that?
It actually does suck to be that person. So do not be that person.
What you choose to focus on is what we ultimately draw into our life. Make the conscious choice to find the positives in each situation and to draw upon this positive by visualizing your positive ending.
Be grateful that the brain doesn’t know the difference between what’s real and what you think! Feed your brain positive experiences. Visualizing them creates an actual experience in your subconscious – that 90%.
So go ahead. Outsmart your own brain!! Start with the words, “I am worthy,” describe waking up on a day as truly successful you. On a day when it’s sunny or drizzly and it doesn’t matter because positive you have a reason to get up and go achieve. Visualize it. FEEL it. You got this.