Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Transcendental Selling Part 1

Writen by Gary Zalben

The ultimate and true success of any business enterprise is solely dependent upon an effective head and competent employees. If you ever own your own business and it becomes successful, be sure if you start expanding that you keep a controlling interest. Be careful when you start to hire new employees as many businesses fail because of unqualified associates. Slick, silken-tongued, prospective employees are easy to find and abundant and could easily cause you ruin. With careful observation, using your own intuition and judgment, you can pick employees with superior qualities. But check their references and be very observant and open-minded with keen vision.

When interviewing a prospective employee the intuitive way of reading character is through the eyes. The contents of a man are reflected in their eyes because they are the direct index of the mind. Be careful of revengeful, crafty, sarcastic, untrustworthy, shifting, or cruel eyes. Any lack of straight-forwardness or hate-projecting eyes along with a sinking feeling in your stomach, beware of that person.

Feeling the vibrations in people can help you determine accurate results. How do you sense good or bad vibrations in relation to people? Certain people will vibrate with cruelty, some with temper, and some with nervousness. Other people are spineless and vibrate no will at all. The ones that vibrate kindness you like them at once.

The surest way to read the good or bad vibrations people radiate is by watching your feelings so you can sense the vibratory rate of their mind, body and soul. A sick or ailing person has inharmonious and negative body vibrations and should be rejected. Free yourself from any feelings or attraction for the opposite sex as you must be in a neutral state of mind. Keep a kind, unprejudiced feeling in your heart and the microphone of pure feeling will judge superior than any intelligence in the land.

The transcendental way of interviewing a prospective employee if you are somewhat advanced spiritually is when meditating; in meditation, visualize the eyes of that person and examine the feeling that materializes in your heart. If you sense any fear or hesitation, don't hire that person. Keep this in mind, if you are receptive and calm during the interview and you penetrate their eyes and study that person your first impression will be correct. If you awaken your creative ability any difficulty can be overcome. The success of your business lies with yourself.

How do you attract intelligent employees who are honest and will remain loyal? Seek out creative ability and most of all trustworthiness with those who will make your business and your ambition their business and their ambition. Make sure you test any new employees as to their honesty with money, as you should never take for granted the integrity of any employee. Make sure you subject your employees who are handling money to temptation to see their reaction. You never know what a dishonest person can do to your business. Try to confidentially find out about the honesty, character and ability of a prospective employee when you check their references.

On the other side, and if you are an employee and you hear something detrimental or harmful, stay away from that employer altogether and look for another position.

Never forgive a treacherous employee, but forgive minor mistakes twice or thrice. Remember treachery in an employee will be repeated when you least expect it. Find out through mutual friends if any of your business associates talk against you and if they do, find out their intentions. Discharge any employees who drink too much and dissipates, that show no signs of reform. Never hire anyone who is mentally or physically a lazy person. Taking a friend as a business associate can mean trouble as he would be inclined to be too familiar as he would not take orders from you and would try to capitalize on that friendship. Remember business is business and for warned is for armed.

Worldly people never consider who their real employer is, God. It is He who has employed you under someone else. It is He who promotes you to carry out His work. Therefore, by performing your job duties with the right attitude to please your real employer no matter how important or unimportant your job is you will never fail no matter what direction you choose.

The majority of people want significant or privileged positions, but is unrealistic in their expectations on how to achieve them. The first step to increase the bottom line for your company is to develop the proper qualities by loyal unselfish actions for the betterment of the employer. These unselfish initiatives will automatically propel you to a better position by activating the laws of cause and effect. The biggest to the smallest companies the world over are looking for this type of worker because there is no type of business that can succeed by going it alone. So be full of enthusiasm, honesty, dependability, loyalty, creativity and be ready to swing into action.

All commercial businesses should be spiritualized. If your business does not conform to divine laws it will never last. If your business caters just to human lavishness, and the mighty dollar, unethical or false pretenses, it will certainly be ruined by the execution of the spiritual law of the survival of the virtuous. Any business that hurts the true spiritual well-being of the individual does no real good, and is certain to meet with devastation by the very same nature of its actions. Money-making alone should not be the goal of business. Service should be the true spiritual goal of business.

By spiritualizing service in your work rather than having moneymaking your entire goal, You will change the plan for your life and never will you be left out. Profiteering should not be synonymous with business. Eradicate this idea completely from your mind. Businesses blunder into periodic inflation and depressions by operating at the expense of others well-being with their own self-interest. This metaphysical blunder will cause selfish enterprises to fail.

Part 2 "How to Find Your True Vocation."

This article copyright 2006-Author: Gary Zalben. You may reprint this article as long as the source is kept intact. For more information about the author and self-improvement writings see www.howtoselladeadhorse.com

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