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‘To­gether’ is the mas­ter switch­word, align­ing your con­scious and sub­con­scious. Pre­fix your switch­words with ‘to­gether’ and you em­power the words that fol­low, such as ‘to­gether count’ (bring me more money). ‘Chant to­gether’ and you can also find out what’s block­ing you. You could even add a value to ‘count’ to man­i­fest a par­tic­u­lar amount of money. If you have felt blocked in your abil­ity to gen­er­ate money in the past, em­power your switch­words with the pre­fix ‘to­gether-divine’. ‘To­gether’, as the mas­ter switch­word, brings your con­scious and sub­con­scious selves into align­ment – and switches on your man­i­fest­ing power. ‘Can­cel’ and ‘cut’ clear away neg­a­tive be­liefs or thought pat­terns hin­der­ing the flow of money. Use them af­ter a word that de­scribes your sit­u­a­tion: ‘poverty-can­cel’. ‘Act’ is the switch­word to be­come a bril­liant speaker, while ‘take’ is for lead­er­ship. ‘Wings’ will help pro­mo­tion, while ‘bub­ble’ is a rep­u­ta­tion en­hancer. ‘Gig­gle’ is the word to get in the mood for writ­ing and so to hit a dead­line, say ‘gig­gle done’. ‘Ridicu­lous’ is the switch­word to pro­mote. If you want to pro­mote a news­pa­per or mag­a­zine you can say ‘ridicu­lous so­phis­ti­cate’. To get a per­spec­tive on a busi­ness sit­u­a­tion use the switch­word ‘around’ and to at­tract things you value, say ‘find’. ‘Find’ means bring me what I value in life – from money to ob­jects. Say ‘around’ to get per­spec­tive on a sit­u­a­tion. Em­pow­er­ing words in­clude ‘guess’ to make a de­ci­sion, ‘stretch’ to pro­long a run of luck, ‘crisp’ to get fo­cused, ‘crys­tal’ for men­tal clar­ity and ‘care’ to re­mem­ber (so that’s also good for ex­ams). To en­hance any­thing say ‘bub­ble crisp’. ‘Reach’ to get in­spi­ra­tion; ‘tap’ for per­sua­sion; ‘bluff’ gets rid of work anx­i­ety and if you don’t like a boss or col­league you can say ‘delete’ and then their name. ‘Hold’ and ‘guard’ can pro­tect you from crit­i­cism and ‘bowel’ is for hu­mil­ity and to pro­tect you from a ter­ri­ble boss.

Liz’s book Switch­words: Use One Word to Get What You Want is pub­lished by Harper Thor­sons. Avail­able on Ama­zon, and in book­shops.

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