How To Use The Law of Attraction To Boost Productivity (Part Two)

Updated: Aug 23, 2021

In part one of this blog series on The Law of Attraction and Productivity, we dove into the theory of how this Universal Law works, and how it impacts Productivity levels. We learned the importance of embodying the state of consciousness that we desire for our future selves; that our thoughts and feelings need to be in alignment with the vibrational frequency of a productive life for our consciousness to become our reality. In this blog entry, we are going to outline practical actions that you can incorporate into your life today in order to harness the power of The Law of Attraction and live a more productive life.


Let’s be real here - simply saying the words “I am calm and productive!” while dreading the to-do list and feeling burdened by life just won’t cut it; these are contrasting vibrations. It’s not about begging and hoping and wishing and dreaming for productive results, and not doing or feeling differently.


Longing = lack = negative feelings = more of the same.


As John Assaraf said, “Most people are thinking about what they don’t want, and they’re wondering why it shows up over and over again.”


Using the Law of Attraction to boost productivity is about assuming your future into the Now. You have to trick your mind into believing that badass productivity is already your truth, your reality, your way of being. What you’re feeling internally in this moment must be a true reflection of your future desire in order for you to experience the corresponding circumstance in your physical experience.


Also, it’s about empowerment and responsibility. If you understand how the Law of Attraction works, then you understand that your beliefs, thoughts, and emotions have created the life you’re currently living. You attract what you believe (or assume) to be true; your assumptions are your choice and your power lies in that choice. Once you’ve established awareness of your chosen assumptions, which impact your thoughts, feelings, behaviors, desires and expectations (all of which form the mental frequency at which you are vibrating), you can then choose to change what isn’t working for you. A famous Buddha quote summarizes this idea perfectly: “What you think you become. What you feel you attract. What you imagine you create.” In this way you can create a new mental frequency to align with what you yearn for in the physical realm.




It’s certainly not easy putting yourself in a productivity mindset (and feeling-set) when you’re frustrated and your current situation screams unproductive. I get it. But, there is a simple way to kick-start the shift towards feeling into a productive life so that it can be realized; you can incorporate two simple, yet highly effective, “Law of Attraction” methods into your daily routine:


1. Positive Self Talk, and

2. The Power of Visualization.


Positive Self-Talk is all about the mindful use of your inner voice (which runs on your-own-worst-critic mode a whopping 70% of the time), for the benefit of your present and future selves.


The way we talk to ourselves affects what we believe and how we feel in the moment. By replacing your current self-talk of ineptitude and discouragement with self-talk that reflects a productive nature, you can shift your mindset (inner world) around how productive you are, so that you can experience the results of productivity in your outer world.


So instead of telling yourself things like:


  • There’s no way I can do this all.