I’m Snowballing My Wins

I’m snowballing my wins.

What does this mean? I am looking at the latest thing that has happened
that I like and I am rolling around in it, I am playing with it, I am asking
questions to get more of it!!

Just over a month ago I signed up with an MLM company whose product
is gold and silver numismatic coins. The company is Numis.
I joined this company after much deliberation as I had so many judgments
around MLM companies. I’ve been in them before and blah, blah, blah.
Despite all my judgments when I asked “Will this be rewarding?” I kept getting
a YES! So, join I did!

I just received an email informing me that I have a new payment in Paypal and
it was FROM Numis. So, what do I do? I ask questions! I SNOWBALL this reward!

How does it get any better than this? What else is possible? What are the infinite
possibilities here? What else can I choose? Who else would like to come and play
with me? How much fun can I be here?

I don’t just ask the questions. I perceive the yumminess of this reward and I multiply it. I assume that I am not experiencing the very most of it because lets face it, I have
been living my life from a very limited place for a very long time! So, I amp up the
energy of this and make it bigger and I ask the questions and use that as a way
of perceiving even more of the yumminess!

Functioning from the place of perceiving the yumminess of more money in my Paypal account and snowballing it, amping it up, making it better is me actively utilizing the Law of Attraction. I am being the invitation for even more to show up!

What are you snowballing? Are you snowballing your losses and what isn’t there for you? How’s that working for you? What if you started snowballing your wins?

What are you wins?

If you haven’t already heard I have stories designed specifically to get the violins out!
I’m the queen of ‘poor little me’ and ‘nobody loves me, every body hates me, I’m going to eat some worms’. Something that shifted things for me was a talk I heard from the amazing Simone Milasas. She was talking about success and asking what it was. From her point of view I was able to look at simple things like getting out of bed in the morning being a success. Brushing my teeth was another success.

Keep in mind that I was little miss trauma and drama queen! I spent years in bed suffering from my depression. Heck, I was justified in doing that. Do I need to ask you get the violins out??? But even if that weren’t true, even if getting out of bed every morning was a normal and natural thing to do, isn’t it a success? Isn’t it a win?

What is your definition of success? Are you willing to be a bit more nurturing to you and have more simple things be a success? If you are pouring coffee into a cup and you get coffee IN the cup is that not a success? What if you snowballed that into having an awesome and amazing day? What are the infinite possibilities?

Thank you so much for being you!

Big Hugs,

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2 Responses to “I’m Snowballing My Wins”

  1. Brenda says:

    Good one Angela. Just what I needed for a new point of view. I had been beating myself up because my business was struggling and was giving myself a hard time for not managing it better. Then I thought I’ve kept this running for 23years survived the highest interest rates ever in the 90′s, brought my two kids up and they are doing great. Am I amazing or what!

  2. angela says:

    Woo hoo, Gorgeous Brenda! How does it get any better than this? What else is possible?
    Big Hugs,

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