In an industry which relies heavily on the influence of human interaction, Sales and marketing firm, Blue Moose, has decided to dedicate a number of recent meetings on the effects of the Laws of Attraction.
As part of the company’s daily practices, the Manchester-based outsourced sales and marketing specialists Blue Moose, hold daily morning meetings, designed to help develop and grow their contractors understanding of the industry and its practices. This week the firm have been teaching their workforce more about how the laws of attraction influence their particular line of work.
Simply put, the Law of Attraction the belief that everybody possesses the ability to attract or dismiss certain opportunities, based on what they are focusing on. It is believed that everyone is susceptible to the laws which govern the Universe and the fate of everyone.
The general theory is open to interpretation, but the firm’s particular approach in the meetings focused on how to implement the Laws of Attraction in a professional capacity. The most important points made during the meetings included discussions on the following:
– “Thinking about something means you invite it in, even if you don’t want it.”
– “The more you focus on something, the more powerful it becomes.”
– “Don’t allow yourself to wallow in disappointment or you will only attract negative energy.”
The objective of these meetings was to encourage Blue Moose’s sales and marketing professionals to make a concerted effort to consider their goals, adapting their mindset accordingly, to achieve success.
Based in Manchester, Blue Moose is an outsourced sales and marketing firm that specialises in personalised marketing services. The company set up and manage their client’s direct marketing needs, which allows them to connect with consumers on a face-to-face basis and encourages sustainable personal business relationships between brand and consumer.
Blue Moose support young entrepreneurs through the firm’s extensive business development opportunity. The company encourages its contractors to have weekly goals, as well as long-term goals as these smaller goals are what helps them and the business stay on track for future success.