Harnessing Entrepreneurial Power with "I AM"

Contemporary business leaders must be mindful of the words and phrases attached to "I AM". This mantra represents total command over every subconscious action of the human mind. "I AM" calls the subconscious mind to immediate action and determines your ultimate control concerning your destiny and fate.

Never speak a negative word after "I AM", as in "I am a failure," or "I am broke," this creates great limitation. Instead, by affirming that you are the "I AM" POWER, you are filled with the capacity to transform negatives into positives.

It's imperative to always maintain an awareness of your daily thoughts and actions as self-sustaining entrepreneurs, evolving as deliberate stewards of meditative thought. These applications of self-control and personal POWER determine both the livelihood and longstanding sustainability of every businessperson's mental application of direct action. Daily thoughts not only determine words, which manifest actions, that lead to habits, ultimately determining your life but in this case, these manifestations of "I AM "determine your business direction.

Entrepreneurs typically "LIVE" their businesses, keeping them unable to delineate the day-to-day lifestyle choices from business habits and decisions. Whether they realize it or not, most entrepreneurs become heavily impacted by the implications of their day-to-day thought patterns and overall mental drive and clarity. By harnessing the POWER of "I AM", entrepreneurs can reach new levels of personal and professional success.

3 Keys to Harnessing the Power of "I AM"

1) Keep Your Word. Your subconscious mind believes what you say and grows in magnitude and power as what you say is done and confirmed. To magnify power it's important to trigger the power of the great "I AM" by only making promises you can keep, further validating your subconscious' ability to believe what you say.

2) Be TRUTHFUL. "I AM" must be used with conviction. You must put your heart into the use of it. Because your heart knows the truth, the phrase must not to be misused. What you believe and what you tie to the idiom "I AM" is directly tied to your fate. Therefore, it must be used with great care, in wisdom and in TRUTH.

3) Cultivate Understanding. There are many meanings of "I AM", which are all positive:
+ "Before Abraham was, I AM" (John 8:58).
+ "I AM" is the force from which the universe was made.
+ When Moses asked for his name, God's response was "I AM that I AM" (Exodus 3:14).
+ Jesus said, "I AM the Light of the world" (John 8:12).
+ In Sanskrit, mantra means an instrument of thought. The mantra "OM" is a form of "I AM".