There’s an important DISCLAIMER at the end of this post, so be sure to read till the very end.
I’ve been working hard for the past couple of weeks (painting, carpeting, repairing, cleaning, cleaning, cleaning…), getting my house ready to sell. My vision has always been that when I was finally (been “thinking about it” for years) ready, I would sell it within a week.
Yeah… so that was my vision; in fact, it was my 30 Day Goal for my Strangest Secret Test, back in May. 60 days later…Voilá!
My realtor, who happens to be a student of the work I do, texted me last week and said “I have a realtor-slash-friend who is working with a couple looking for a 3 bedroom townhouse, in your town. When I told them the price, they asked if they could see it before it goes on the market.”
One thing I’ve learned in preparing my house for sale, is that I will never, not-in-a-million-years-EVER feel like it’s ready. I felt a little uneasy letting them see it before the new vanity was installed, before the cleaners came and before I had a chance to replace all the ugly, white lightswitch covers. But I remembered a line from the movie The Secret, where Joe Vitale says
“The Universe likes speed,”
so I said “YES!”
They liked it.
They came back the next night.
They submitted an offer (full asking price, all cash).
Before I had a chance to accept the offer, two more couples came through and those two couples also liked it, and now I am involved in a bidding competition and will sell my house this week, for 10% more than my list price.
DISCLAIMER: Everything in this post is true, except for what is in red; nothing in red has happened yet, but it is what I WANT to happen.
Notice, I did not make the “sell my house this week…” part red. That’s because, in my mind, it has already happened. The time I spend THINKING about and FEELING about it happening, sets up a vibration and that vibration goes to work.
This is (if I do say so, myself) an excellent example of a technique I learned from Bob Proctor and Paul Martinelli, called MSU ~ Make Stuff Up! I encourage my clients to use this technique when they write in their journals and it’s a practice which, when I do it consistently, feels just like magic.
Perfect timing, because I am currently at a “magical” time in my life (selling my house, moving to the beach, empty nest, single and ready to eat a Pringle…) and MSU is not only fun, but I believe, I know it’s making things happen faster.
Give it a whirl. Here’s the “How-To MSU” post I wrote about it. Let me know how it goes and I will do the same.