Law of Attraction

Law of Attraction

The law of attraction is the force that pulls things to us that we greatly seek in life. We magnetize these possibilities into our reality. It is our way of sculpting the life we want by purpose driven intention.

When we use the law of attraction, the universe opens up to us and similar to a store when we have the money to buy something; what we seek becomes a real option once we tell the universe it is what we want.

The law of attraction is neither a boundless pass to abuse getting more than we deserve or to use some ninja trick to cause harm to other people. However, it is available for us to live the very best life we possibly can.

Enacting daily use of the law of attraction will ensure that one will organize the proper thoughts and behaviors that predicate receiving the wishes of living a good life.

Once a person lives their life with the law of attraction implanted into the blueprint of how they live their life, seeming miracles will start presenting themselves upon this individual on a regular basis.

I encourage everyone to use the law of attraction to bring the elements you seek into your lives. Your lives will be enriched as a result; as desperation, lack, envy, luck consciousness and misery leave your life.

All the best,

Marc Shamus

Communication

Communication

Communication is one of the core skills of life. It can bring people closer together in interpersonal relationships when the communication is well developed.

On the contrary, poor communication can disengage and stifle relationships, whereby discouraging people from wanting to further connect and develop a deeper, more meaningful relationship.

This is why we need to invest into growing our communication skills. As we stimulate better means to articulate ourselves and also have empathy toward others, magic happens with people liking us.

When people have solid communication techniques, it always leads to more influence and popularity when applied. People love being around others who know how to express themselves and listen to others.

I encourage everyone to develop strong communication. The life long joy of getting friendships while having clear valuable conversations is well worth developing the skill.

All the best,

Marc Shamus

Patience

Patience

Patience is a virtue and an important habit to have. Many of the mistakes we make in life stem from rushing quickly from one thing to the next. We will also miss many of life’s treasures being in such a hurry.

No 2,000 piece puzzle set was ever correctly put together in 5 minutes without patience. The same goes for all else we pursue in this life. Some things just take time to develop no matter how bad we want them to be finished already.

Relationships are a really super example if this too. People should not rush into business or personal relationships before knowing that there is enough chemistry and compatibility. Patience aids us in getting to know the person better first.

Patience saves us time and money both now and later. It saves us from pain during the relationship and especially if the relationship does not end so well. It is very costly to get divorced these days and need to pay alimony and child support.

No matter what we are looking to achieve in our life, having the ability to use patience will greatly increase our life skills; thus allowing for success circumstances to form with more certainty.

I encourage everyone to have patience. It is a wise person who holds this behavior in their arsenal. Life is much more tolerable, especially when we have the talent to minimize or slow frustrations we get due to life elements not happening the speed we prefer it would.

 

All the best,

Marc Shamus

Team Work

Team Work

It is true that team work makes the dream work. The collective efforts of many people stimulate an exponential production.

Team work creates more tangible results than what would be conjured by just one person alone. This is one of the magic benefits of having a group working on an idea.

Consider one person working on a project.  Let’s say they give 20 hours a week in effort. No matter how hard they work in those 20 hours, the person is bound by their own time limitations.

The only option the person may have to increase production is to also increase the number of hours they invest. So in this example they might expand from 20 hours to perhaps 40 hours.

Results could double as a result, yet there will come a point where a person would be counterproductive to put in too many hours. 75 hours in a week may cause mistakes and a tired individual.

Team work would resolve this time limitation that plagues one person. If there were a team if 25 people who each invested 20 hours a week, an astonishing 500 hours of productivity would be yielded.

Team work with its 500 hours in a week trumps a single person only being able to provide 20 to 40 hours all by themselves. It should be clear to see how much more can be accomplished via team work.

I encourage everyone to develop a  group to work on a project when possible, as the team work will enable considerably larger quantities of work done on the project in a much quicker period of time as well.

All the best,

Marc Shamus

Belief

Belief

Belief is the invisible force that we all use to keep us in motion performing appropriate habits as we hold on to individualized concepts we personally allege as truth.

I explain belief this way, since 10 people may all equally view the same circumstances of an idea, yet each person will choose to accept a varied belief.

This difference in belief is why their are conflicts sometimes among people. People inject much passion behind their philosophy and may even argue with others who do not see things the same way.

When people are able to have similar belief in a common idea, this is when massive synergy can take place. Think of a boy scout troop or a sports team as examples.

Even if the belief is only held by a single person, it is the conviction that human being has in the idea which makes it so meaningful. The person by their faith in the belief, gives it purpose.

I encourage everyone to get passionate about ideas that are important in their life. Build one purpose driven belief after the next on your pursuit for a fulfilled joyful life.

All the best,

Marc Shamus

Long Term Success

Long Term Success

Long term success is the result of both sustaining momentum as well as having efficient execution of your vision.

Less effort, energy and resources are needed to maintain the momentum. Similar to an airplane, you just need to focus on proving enough “fuel” at cruising altitude.

Carefully following your vision plan while raising public awareness of it will ensure the stability of your long term success.

As with all things in life, the more love, money, time, attention and other resources put into your project of focus, the increased chance it gas for long term success.

I encourage everyone to become masterful at managing your momentum and vision, if you want to maximize your ability to seize long term success with your idea.

All the best,

Marc Shamus