Day Twenty-Four || Experiment and Prove it to Yourself

Summary:  This whole chapter is about “if you put something out into the universe, you’ll get it back ten fold.” You know, Law of Attraction. 

Exercise: Create an experiment to help change an old belief and prove something to yourself. Set a specific timeframe (30 days or less recommended). And then do the experiment during that time and see what happens. Afterwards reflect in your journal on what worked and what didn’t and what you’ll be incorporating going forward. 

Law of Attraction is a theory that I’m familiar with. One that I don’t disregard but more of the mindset of “you get what you give.”

In this chapter, she used the example about how she read a book that told her to try and put quibs about the true nature of the universe on them on post it notes and put them on $1 bills and leave them randomly around town. She spread $50 dollars around town with these notes and 2wks later she got $2,500 from nowhere. 

Rather it’s true or not, I don’t know. I do believe in the quote from Chuck Wendig, “Though I can’t find it and I might have dreamt it” But it went something like “Luck happens when hard work meets chance.” Or something like that.

So, if you put stuff out there something is bound to happen that you will call a “lucky break”  and that’s what I’m gonna keep doing. Rather that happens in 30 days or more.

 Be sure to follow the blog and follow me over on Instagram for daily updates on this ongoing progress. If you are interested in doing this 30-day challenge for yourself then head on over to Amazon and grab the Align Your Writing Habits to Success by Jennifer Blanchard. Inside is filled with the daily antidotes and exercises to get your thinking about your daily habits and goals along with linked podcasts.

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