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Manifesting in Your Business

Happy April!

April is my absolute favorite month. When we lived in Charlottesville, Virginia, the whole world exploded in the springtime. Oh, my word – the flowers, the trees – everything, it seemed, had life and beauty.
 
And on this day, 13 years ago, Francisco and I got married. It was the manifestation of an intention I had set over a year before.  You can read that story here.  
 
 
So dreams do come true – in life as well as in business. But you’ve got to be very clear about what you want in order to create it.
 
You must be willing to let go of what you DON’T want in order to create what you DO want.
 
Then you’ve got to ask for what you want. 
 
 
Last week, I shared about breaking up with my list service provider. I was very annoyed at the limits they were placing on my ability to do business. (You can read that story here if you missed it.)
 
Yesterday, I spent quite a bit of time on the phone with my list service provider, during which time they got to hear all about my frustration regarding their limits on emails.
 
They were smart enough to realize I was a long-time client (since 2009), and they really wanted to keep me.  So they made me an offer I couldn’t refuse.
 
The bottom line is I won’t be breaking up with them after all, because they were willing to meet my needs.
 
Very smart customer care.
 
For today’s Daily about manifesting what you want, the lesson is this: first you have to get clear about what you want.
 
Then you have to be willing to let it go if necessary.   
 
And then you have to ask for something more.
 
 
So, for you, Divine One, here are Your Divine Questions:
 
What do you want to create in your business? 
 
What are you willing to let go of in order to get it?
 
Are you willing to ASK for what you want?
 
 
Before we close… 
 
I love doing these Divine Dailies.  And I’ve realized that there are some days they just aren’t going to go out (like Thursdays).
 
So I’m going to adjust my earlier commitment and do Divine ALMOST Dailies, so that I can fit them into my schedule without well… you know.
 
Until tomorrow…
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