The Law of Increase
It’s easy to be happy and grateful when things are going well, when the sun is shining and you are in your favourite place.
However, when things are not going so well, the job is a hassle, your spouse or significant other is upset with you, and nothing seems to be going right, it can be much more challenging to be happy and grateful.
I have been through a similar situation recently. The job that I am employed at – at the time of this writing – involves talking with people about making payment toward their credit card debt. There are times when the conversations can be challenging and the people I speak with take offense and complain about me.
Regrettably, there have been times when I reacted inappropriately and the complaints were warranted. However, there have also been other frivolous complaints. They have not been so easy to accept. However, a complaint is a complaint.
I have been served notice that my employment will be terminated if there are any more complaints about me.
In the past, I would have just given up and not even attempted to correct the situation.
Recently, I have been studying the 11 Forgotten Laws, an audio program by Bob Proctor and Mary Manin Morrissey. It is based on the book “Working with the Law” by Raymond Holliwell.
The Law of Increase is one of the laws. Holliwell states that “It has been proven that a failing business can be praised into success.” If this is true, then, I should be able to praise my employment status from disgrace to success.
That is my goal.
I am so happy and grateful now that …
Yes, I am happy and grateful for this challenge. I want to leave this job honourably, in full confidence of a job well done. And I will.
Will it be easy? Not likely. Will I do it? Yes I will.
There are some rough edges in my character that are in the process of being smoothed down. This challenge is simply part of that process. And for that I am thankful.