The Promotion

by Justin
(Lexington, KY)

About three years ago I was stuck in a rut at work. I knew that I was capable of handling more responsibility than what I had and wanted a promotion. The only problem was that, at the time, we were in the middle of the recession and my company was not promoting anyone to fill vacancies due to budget shortfalls. I knew this would not last and, eventually, things would turn around. In the meantime, I developed a clear vision of what I wanted to eventually accomplish – I wanted to be a supervisor at my job. I did not know how or when it was going to happen, since I could not predict when the economy would turn around, but I told myself that if I worked hard, performed accurate work, went out of my way to help others, and displayed confidence in my abilities, then I would eventually be rewarded for my efforts.


Two years later things started to turn around at work and the company eventually decided to start creating new teams and hiring supervisors. I immediately applied for one of the positions. “This is exactly what I have been waiting for,” I told myself.

When the interviews were scheduled I felt confident that my time had come, since I had been mentally preparing myself for so long. During the week leading up to the interview, each night I would take about half an hour and visualize the interview process. I would take deep breaths to calm myself down, picture the interviewers, and answer sample questions to myself. I did not know exactly how the interviews would be structured, but I knew that I wanted this position badly, and the only way to get it was to channel that my desire into a positive performance in the interview.

During the interview I interacted well with the panel, recounted my accomplishments at work over the last few years, and confidently explained how I would handle each of the scenarios that they presented me with. I felt like things went very well.

About a month later, after all of the interviews were conducted, I received a call notifying me that I had been selected for one of the supervisor positions. I was, obviously, thrilled with the news. Even though the competition was very stiff, I went in believing that this was my destiny and, sure enough, the job I wanted came to me.

Click here to post comments

Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to Your Law Of Attraction Stories.



Looking For Something?

Use the search box below to find what you need.

Custom Search



Get Your 100% FREE Attract Abundance Package

Meditation & Hypnosis Audios Included

Don't worry, your information is 100% secure. We respect your privacy.



XML RSSSubscribe To This Site's Feed
  • XML RSS
  • follow us in feedly
  • Add to My Yahoo!



Recent Updates On This Site

  1. Make a Difference in the Lives of These People & Get Rewarded



    Are you hoping to make a difference in the world but don't know how?


    Well, it just got easier, because now YOU can help take an entire village in Africa out of poverty!


    Personally, I don’t like jus…

    Read More

  2. The 5th Annual Hay House World Summit Has Started!



    It's THAT time of year again!


    Are you ready for uplifting inspiration, tips and support to create a lifestyle YOU love? They have it all! It's all about helping you on your path to personal growth.

    Read More

  3. Steve Jobs' Words about Passion & Purpose in Life



    This is what Steve Jobs once said:

    "Sometimes life's gonna hit you in the head with a brick.

    Don't lose faith.

    I'm convinced that the only thing that kept me going was that I LOVED what I did.

    YOU'VE…

    Read More

  4. Grab This Complimentary eBook



    Take advantage of this rare gift, an e-book called SpeedWealth: How To Stop Earning A Living And Start Creating Wealth.

    It's written by T. Harv Eker, who's known for his unique blend of "street-smar…

    Read More

  5. Cultivating Gratitude

    Cultivating gratitude. This is one of the rare places where everyone from scientists to self-help coaches and LOA teachers agree. It's an essential part of being happy...

    Read More