Living The Law Of Attraction: The Best Way to Attract a Better Job

Many people look at their jobs with disdain. They do their jobs just to get the monthly paycheck, and they almost take pride in putting as little effort as possible into it. Even if your current job isn’t your “dream job”, you’ll stand a better chance of moving towards your goal if you give whatever you’re doing your best effort.

Are you in a more positive place, a place where you can attract wealth, if you feel that you have done more than what was expected of you, or if you believe that you have gotten away with doing less? Isn’t it better to come home knowing you did a task to the best of your ability, whether or not you got paid a lot to do it?

There are practical things (like promotions and raises) that can result from “going the extra mile”. But even if your efforts aren’t appreciated by others, it’s still worth it. Always remember this: giving your best effort isn’t something you do to please your boss, it’s something you do to please yourself. If you’re doing your best work, and aren’t getting compensated enough for it, you may not feel good about your employer, but you will always feel good about yourself.

Try to separate the two issues of working to the best of your ability, and how much you get paid. By all means, look for another job if you’re not being treated fairly. A good worker is worth a lot of money to the right employer. Feel good about your hard work, and envision a job that pays you what you deserve. This is the best way to attract a better future.

13 thoughts on “Living The Law Of Attraction: The Best Way to Attract a Better Job

  • May 8, 2009 at 1:49 am
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    Hey there Antonio!

    I can’t seem to find an email address anywhere on the site, and would like to send a note that’s less public. How can I reach you?

    Thank you!

    Rae

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  • May 8, 2009 at 6:51 am
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    I think a good point that a lot forget is that you have to demonstrate to the universe that you can manage what you have before you are given more. Become a good steward and you will get much more much faster.

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  • May 14, 2009 at 1:18 pm
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    Exactly pertaining to productivity, what you are, your belief system and your work attitude greatly affects your output. It’s all in thinking positively and focusing it on attaining a certain goal or set of standards. You are what you are to the world.

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  • May 14, 2009 at 7:54 pm
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    Great post Antonio,

    I must admit that I love my job, but that’s because I deal with Law of Attraction everyday.

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  • May 15, 2009 at 12:16 pm
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    Interesting post, and it gave me a lot to think about (even though I am not looking for a new job).

    However, after days of reflection, I have to respond to the comment by Cody that we have to demonstrate to the universe our ability to “manage what we have before you are given more.”

    That contradicts my understanding of the law of attraction, which is a neutral “law” or force that responds to the thoughts and beliefs impressed in our subconscious.

    To my way of thinking, there is no need to “prove” to anyone or anything that we can properly use what we have or want. There is no judgment involved by the universe, no mommy in the sky who says “sorry, but you aren’t doing very well with what you have, so you don’t get any more.”

    If we manifest a job that is beyond our abilities, we (and our employers) will soon know it and we’ll reap the consequences. But that won’t stop the universe from once again responding to our demands, even though we might keep repeating the same mistake.

    As I see it, the basic lesson of the law of attraction is that we are responsible for our own reality. A universe that decides when and if we can “handle” our abundance negates that idea.

    There are many ways of interpreting how all this works, so Cody may be absolutely right. Or perhaps I am. Or — considering how complex the universe is — maybe we BOTH are!

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  • May 18, 2009 at 3:24 pm
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    There are two different topics presented here: working to the best of your ability and being properly compensated. It’s a personal discretion to work at a certain level of excellence and a personal decision to choose whether to stay or move onto a better employer where you can receive better benefits. These two ideas are very well laid out in a way that they merge into one great idea which we now are reading..good job, Antonio! Thanks.

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  • May 20, 2009 at 12:10 pm
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    We don’t owe anyone how we perform, but to ourselves. It explains your whole character. Your output is who you are. If you do things the best you can, that’s how you take on everything in life. It’s a way of life. Then again, everything we do has been created first in the mind. So how you think of something greatly affects how you treat it. If you think of your job as something enjoyable, you will not be seen as ‘doing the job’ but ‘enjoying an activity’. In ending, I would like to say that we must work with passion in everything we do and put our hearts on it and for us to have a happy heart while doing it.

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  • May 21, 2009 at 1:03 pm
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    According to the Law, we must be of gratitude to everything that happens to us. Let’s be thankful we have our jobs. Tomorrow is another day, another chance. Let’s enjoy what we have and live.

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  • May 24, 2009 at 2:26 am
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    I appreciated Barbara’s comment: “If we manifest a job that is beyond our abilities, we (and our employers) will soon know it and we’ll reap the consequences. But that won’t stop the universe from once again responding to our demands, even though we might keep repeating the same mistake.”

    At the same time, if that job is in fact “beyond our abilities,” I’d suggest that (often) we know this on some deep level. I do believe we are working in concert with the Universe–the greater mind. But it’s our mind too. Yes, it’s certainly possible to attract all sorts of things that aren’t right for us. (Happens all the time, right?) But I’m saying that sometimes we don’t get what we “demand” because it is not resonating with the purpose of our higher self.

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  • May 24, 2009 at 2:28 am
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    (Whoops! Posted under incorrect e-mail address.)

    I appreciated Barbara’s comment: “If we manifest a job that is beyond our abilities, we (and our employers) will soon know it and we’ll reap the consequences. But that won’t stop the universe from once again responding to our demands, even though we might keep repeating the same mistake.”

    At the same time, if that job is in fact “beyond our abilities,” I’d suggest that (often) we know this on some deep level. I do believe we are working in concert with the Universe–the greater mind. But it’s our mind too. Yes, it’s certainly possible to attract all sorts of things that aren’t right for us. (Happens all the time, right?) But I’m saying that sometimes we don’t get what we “demand” because it is not resonating with the purpose of our higher self.

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  • June 2, 2009 at 12:05 pm
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    I’d say we just have to work our best, be our best, in everything.

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