David Walter is the Marketing Director at MSP SEO Factory, a company providing IT marketing with expertise in creating managed services marketing ideas and turning them into original, optimized blog posts. Their process involves in-depth brainstorming, thorough editing, and effective promotion of fresh and unique articles for their clients. 

Today, you can go shopping from home, get a degree over the web, make a living working from home, and generally live out of the computer. That's the inverse of previous conditions in many ways. That transition characterizes modernity more than flying cars because it is the practical application of an old idea: speaking things into being.

There are programs today which allow you to dictate programming through voice commands. Imagine voice-commanding your computer to design something in three-dimensional plastic, and prints it out. You have spoken something into being.

A Gladiator's Words of Wisdom

For an example to help get your mind around this, consider one of the first scenes in Gladiator, starring Russell Crowe. His character, Maximus, gives a speech that is nothing short of motivational. He tells his troops if they imagine where they will be, that's where they'll end up. In this scene, Maximus essentially gives his troops the secret to accomplishing their goals, manifesting their own destinies, and finding success. See it and be it, if you were to sum it up.

Modern technology is getting to the point where such ideas can be applied. But there is a psychological nature to this which additionally lends some explanation toward this curious fact: the ideology seems to work. If you can visualize it, see yourself doing it, and keep at it, you can achieve your goals.

The Secret

MSP marketing solutions that utilize such an approach in their collective organization are bound to see some additional effect. In the marketing battle, imagine success, visualize the sale going off without a hitch, and sincerely believe the result you're seeking will develop. Do that, and as Maximus said, "it will be so!"

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