I wanted to share this with you, and provide a deeper explanation about powerful intuition tools that you can immediately apply to start increasing your business profits and reducing your stress. We start with WWIT (What Would It Take).
What is WWIT?
WWIT (What Would It Take) is a powerful business intuition tool. It lets you solve problems and delete worries fast. Don’t be deceived by its simplicity.
For example, if you ask, “what will it take to attract ideal clients?” or “what would it take to add ten percent to my income this year?” then immediately you start thinking of things that will solve that.
Just stop reading for a few seconds and try it out yourself on a current business problem that you have. Come back to this page when you’re ready.
I imagine you got some ideas immediately. If not, don’t worry. I will explain later how to use it in more detail to get the most results.
To start, let's explain WWIT and how you use it in your life and business.
How to use WWIT in life and business
WWIT is a way to shift the focus of your mind away from the problem and onto solutions. I believe it also activates our intuition and subconscious to jump forward to finding big answers, rather than working hard to figure out solutions made up of logical steps.
The phrasing of WWIT is interesting as it focuses on
- the Take part (actions to achieve the goal in mind) and
- the Would part focuses on the idea that solutions are possible.
It is powerful because instead of focusing on the problem and worrying about it, you are now focusing your brain on finding solutions. It's sort of like putting something into Google — you enter your question into the search bar, and then Google goes off to make the search. You put WWIT into your brain with a question, and your brain starts searching for the answer (even if you don't think you know of any solutions right now).
On a spiritual level, WWIT is a clearing question. It helps to remove or clear up anything that is in the way of you getting what you want. Ask WWIT, then get really quiet and tune in to ask yourself:
What would it take for me to find my ideal client? You can answer either in your mind, out loud or simply write it down.
To get good, actionable answers to the ‘WWIT to find my ideal client’ question, you must first have a clear idea of who your ideal client is. Often, part of the problem is that you're not clear about some critical part of your question.
Finding ideal clients
This is a huge problem that I see in businesses all the time. If you're attracting clients who only stay for a few months, are painful to deal with or don't have enough money, that would suggest to me that they're not ideal for you. Clarity is critical — on both a practical level and a spiritual level, how can you expect the universe or other people to give you what you want if you don’t know what that is?
I asked attendees at a workshop to share how they had used WWIT. Here is what one said:
“I did What Would it Take for me to get to $X amount extra revenue in my business. I realized I needed another four clients. I wasn’t sure I would be able to get that many leads to go ahead, but everyone I spoke to said yes. This made an extra $4K per month, $48K a year. Just from sitting down and doing What Would it Take for five minutes.”
That is an impressive rate of return!
Entrepreneurs deal with increasing change and chaos as the pace of tech and social changes heats up. Using only the rational mind is not enough to succeed today. The easy to use WWIT (What Would It Take) tool cuts through complex business decisions. Entrepreneur and business intuition expert Michaela Light walks you step-by-step through this tool and its applications to all areas of business. Read more about the WWIT book.
*WWIT= What Would It Take
TLC= To the Light, Connect