The Law of Attraction in Business: A Simple Explanation

The Law of Attraction is the most powerful law of the universe. It’s time to use it to your advantage and be as successful as you can be.

Are you putting those good vibrations into your business? We are going to talk about the law of attraction today.

Welcome to the Love of Business. I’m Crystal.

And I’m Sunshine. Let’s get to it.

The law of attraction?


This is one of my favorite subjects, you guys. So, I’m looking forward to hearing what you have to say about this.

Well, since it’s your favorite, what does the law of attraction say?

Well, like attracts like and we are magnets for how we are vibrating.

Spot on. Yes, as humans, we are living, walking magnets. We literally send vibrations out into the universe. Whether that is positive energy or negative energy. But whatever you put out to the universe; you get back three times fold. Whether that is a positive reality or a negative reality. So, as humans, we have to be very careful about our thoughts, our feelings, and our actions. They literally become our reality. Whether that is a positive reality or a negative reality. But the choice is yours.

Those sound great, Crystal. Thank you so much for sharing that with us.

What’s your number one takeaway from today’s video? Leave us a comment and thanks for watching.

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Crystal Shanks

Crystal Shanks, Certified Business Coach and CEO of Run Right Business Consulting, has been coaching business owners and executives around the world to achieve optimum results since 2009. Coach Crystal teaches her clients proven strategies to build thriving businesses and careers. She has worked with thousands of businesses and executives to generate substantial revenues and maximize profits.