Embrace synchronicity in your business and enjoy the results

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Istock_000002821715xsmall_3You may notice that the closer you get to your right life and business, the more frequently coincidence, synchronicity and serendipity occur.  Once thought the purvey of mystics and dreamers, more and more business people are embracing insight and intuition as a critical business skill.

In this week’s podcast episode (about 7 1/2 minutes, found here), I share:

  • My own frequent experiences with synchronicity
  • Some "rational" reasons why it may occur
  • Resounding encouragement to stop being so stuffy and embrace the benevolent forces of the universe on your way to creating a great business.

Don’t worry – you won’t have to buy a Grateful Dead album in order to enjoy the concepts, just have a listen and tell me your views on all this mystic, law of attraction, ask and you shall receive stuff!

Technical note

This is the first podcast I am recording with my new iMac, (I am giddy with joy re-learning the Mac after 20 years) and I saved the audio file in a different format than usual.  Let me know if you have problems listening by leaving a comment here, and I will make sure to address it.  Thanks!

11 Responses to “Embrace synchronicity in your business and enjoy the results”

  1. Pamela Slim says:

    Thanks for all the comments folks! I did have the original format in mp4, but just changed it to mp3. Please visit the link again and see if it worked, for those of you who had trouble with the original file.

    Sorry it took me awhile to fix it!


  2. Hi Pam,

    I tried listening but it won’t let me. When Windows Media Player pops up it tells me it can’t play this file type. Any ideas?

    I will try on my home PC too…but I used to be able to listen to these from the death cube (7 days left & counting) without a problem. Let me know.

  3. Kevin Hoctor says:

    Welcome back to the Mac! Your podcast sounds great. Now you need to throw some still photos (at least one) so you have a visual brand as well. On the iPhone and in iTunes you just show up with the generic image during the selection and playback of your podcast.

    On this topic: I fully believe that you get what you send out. If you are expecting the worst, then that’s what you’ll get. If you are positive and open and accepting that even the failures are useful, then you will be blessed with more opportunities for growth than you can imagine.

    Too many perfectly timed events have happened since last October–when I finally stepped out in faith to start my business–to believe that it’s only hard work making this successful. I know I’m not alone on this journey. Peace.

  4. Beatrice says:

    Sorry to say that the new format doesn´t seem to work for me. I am using Vista (very painful experience so far) and it is refusing to open the format. Any suggestions who I can solve the problem would be very welcome! Thank you

  5. You make me drool with the Mac talk. I’ve gotta’ bite the bullet with the next tech upgrade.

    Synchronicity? Personally, I don’t think so. I believe in serendipity and readiness for what shows up. Rosalind

  6. Haven’t had a chance to listen to the pod cast but I too have returned to Macworld after more than twenty years. Lovin it man.


  7. Tom Coombs says:

    Hey Pam Welcome (back) to the Mac group.

    I had always thought that I was just lucky, that when I had made a decision to follow a path, some opportunity wold present itself to assist in that travel.

    I guess that was just me, being more open to opportunities that are there most of the time. Perhaps there is truth to the phrase “You make your own luck” after all…


  8. Kit says:

    Great topic and it sounded good too. Good luck with your baby and take enough time to relax and enjoy it once it’s here. We’ll wait for you.

  9. CoachLeslie says:

    Hi, Pam,

    Welcome back to the MAC world…^-^
    Just listened to your latest podcast and it came through loud and clear. Looking forward to the next…be it before or after the baby!

  10. Way to go on the Mac. You won’t be sorry.

  11. Pam,

    I always knew you were too cool to use a PC. Pretty soon you will begin wearing all black turtlenecks like the rest of us who have consumed the Apple Cool-Aid!