Chris has been mailing me off and on over the past several weeks. Our last conversation ended in the Sweepstakes Paradox.
CHRIS: Do you enjoy sweepstakes clubs? Are they helpful?
CHRIS: But, in a sense, aren’t they your competition? It’s an interesting dynamic: a support group but competitors. Who you want to not win so you can win!! LOL
CAROLYN: Not true! Read more on the Law of Attraction here.
CHRIS: I see your point, but I guess I was always hesitant to be confident, because I thought the “contest universe” would punish the cocky and over-confident. I felt the contest-world would reward the negative because being humble, they deserved to win!!
Therein lies the Sweepstakes Paradox. You think by sharing your hobby with others you would win less, but the opposite is true. The more you share, the more you will win.
The Law of Giving states:
The Universe operates through dynamic exchange…giving and receiving are different aspects of the flow of energy in the universe. And our willingness to give that which we seek, we keep the abundance of the universe circulating in our lives.
And the Law of Karma:
Every action generates a force of energy that returns to us in like kind…what we sow is what we reap. And when we choose actions that bring happiness and success to others, the fruit of our karma is happiness and success.
It is because of these two laws I believe the opposite is true. Share your enjoyment, fun and excitement with others. It will allow everyone to win more plus when companies see contests and sweepstakes as a very viable form of marketing there will be more contests to enter.
Presently, there are so many promotions running in the U.S. and Canada at any given time it is physically impossible to enter them all. There are enough prizes, luck and winning energy for everyone.
So, join that sweepstakes club, attend a convention, have fun, learn, make new friends and win prizes!
Are you a member of a sweepstakes club? Do you attend conventions?
CHRIS: I guess it comes down to this: what is the difference between being positive and being unrealistic? It’s a fine line!!
Not as fine as you think. I expect to win every contest I enter. I don’t, but I expect to. Learn from Helene, change your perceptions, expectations and track your wins. Let me know how you do over the next 3-months.
You can learn more from the Grand Dame herself: Helene Hadsell.
What do you expect to win?