Control Your Mental Real Estate

Without question, the most important element in determining one’s success is their attitude. I’ve noticed it’s really easy to have a great attitude when things are going great. What about when you’re experiencing challenges? Your potentially positive attitude comes from controlling your mental real estate: your most valuable property is that which lies between your two ears.

When you’re on top of the world, it seems as though everything goes right. This can be attributed to “like attracts like.” You may have heard the saying, “The best time to close a deal is when you’ve just closed a deal.” You’ve reached a high vibration, or have gotten in a flow state that seemingly makes things happen. The opposite also seems to be true: you lose a client, then another, then another. What you’re focusing on, you’re getting … positive or negative.

If you want to begin to, or continue to, “trend up,” here are action steps to get you started:

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“Thinking you can unleashes the force that allows it to happen.” ~@Honoree

 


Cool things to ensure your success…

Listen: Organize your life and double your success in half the time! Listen to Tall Order! for free here.

Watch: Elizabeth Gilbert’s TEDx Talk: Success, Failure and the Drive to Keep Creating

Read: 15 Habits That Could Be Hurting Your Business Relationships (Huffington Post)

Hack: 9 Ways to Say No to Negativity (Success Magazine)

 

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  • Karen Gebhardt Briscoe

    Powerful! Since I am a real estate agent, especially found meaningful the reference to our mind being our most valuable real estate! A key factor of real estate is to be at its “highest and best use” which is so true for the mind as well. Just think what amazing things could transpire if you operate at your highest and best use at all times. It happens that whatever the mind believes, then conceives, it achieves!

    • Honoree Corder

      Thanks, Karen!