What Do You Believe Of Others?

You’ve heard in personal development “you are what you believe”.

It’s true and you take it so personally, as you run to your I Am affirmations:

  • I Am Powerful
  • I Am A Blessing
  • I Am A Powerful Coach
  • I Am A Magnetic Communicator

And, it’s not just about you.

“You are what you believe” is a full statement and also infers:

You are what you believe of other people.

So what are you believing of other people?

The beliefs you hold about potential clients show up before you ever meet them.

For example, when you are pricing your premium solutions and have thoughts of:

  • Who will be able to afford this?
  • They won’t be able to afford this.
  • What if they don’t get results?
  • How can I know they will get results?

That is the voice of believing others as less than:

  • Capable
  • Resourceful
  • Able

The frequency of your vibration towards others determines how you experience them, and how they experience you.

The persons most likely to invest in a premium service know, but have not yet embodied, that they are capable of receiving the solution.

They want to work with someone who believes that is possible for them as well.

Hold the vision of your client in the highest version of themself before you even meet them.

In your content, your marketing, and your pricing.

Envisioning them in that standard communicates your assuredness in their capabilities and in yours.

It’s a win/win/win.

And you were created to win.

How do I know? Because I am holding the vision that

You’ve already won.

#monetizeyourmind

Published by Keisha Dixon

Keisha Dixon is a transformational wealth coach and the creator of Monetize Your Mind Success System. With Tapping Into Wealth and John Maxwell Coaching Certifications, Keisha guides women to shatter their internal glass ceiling, for an increase in income and confidence, so they can really start enjoying life.

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